Most start-ups fail, but founders and investors can still use this for career success. Learning how tech products get made and how the companies behind them make money, open so many doors to interesting and lucrative opportunities. In fact, many product managers and venture capitalists have transitioned into these jobs via start-ups.
Learning notes from this episode:
You can learn by listening to this podcast, reading books about the industry, and most importantly, starting to build something simple yourself without any code.
You can learn about community management by building a Facebook group. You can learn about design thinking by doing user interviews. You can learn the basic language of tech literally from this podcast and go to meet-ups with product managers and developers, and see what people are working on.
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