Isn’t it weird for product professionals that we tend to forget the ‘product mindset’ when it comes to ourselves, and our personal and career goals? Let’s explore this together!

What are the elements of good product practice that could work nicely for life?

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Some important notes / Disclaimer

I'm not a mental health professional. Information provided in here is my personal opinion and does not constitute any (mental) health or medical advice.

I am a product professional, but as such, I also know that no general product advice is valid in every context, and there's no such thing as a silver bullet. I'm not engaged in rendering professional advice or services to the reader.

Opinions expressed here are not endorsed by, and do not express the views or opinions of my past or current employers.

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Milos Belcevic

I'm a (product) maker & digital gardener.