Curiosity – killed the cat but made the product professional

I’ve blogged this topic in a previous post, would like to add thoughts.

Curiosity, or natural inquisitiveness, sets product professionals apart. Our questions lead to explorations into personas, buyer behaviors, value props, solutions. Coupled with persistence: “I just have to figure this out, even if it takes all week!” and we’re unstoppable.

Something I heard a long while ago (check it out, Google has it everywhere) – stick with only what you know if you want to be a mediocre product manager. It takes an intrepid personality to make an excellent product professional.

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2 Responses to Curiosity – killed the cat but made the product professional

  1. Giles Farrow says:

    Like it.

    “Why” is one of the three most important words for a product professional.

    The others are Customer and No

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