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Product management is already a fairly ambiguous job that requires multiple skills: strategy, communication, influencing, execution, growth, data analysis to name a few.

There is one skill that is not discussed enough in product management and it is critical for all product managers to recognize early: use of AI.

Every company today uses some form of AI in their business stack as one of the following: (1) Growth Layer (2) Product Differentiator (3) AI-first product.

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You might be starting your entrepreneurship journey or you might be on the way to a hefty Series B investment or you might be a founder who shut down their startup recently.

If you are a founder of a startup, you want to read this.


Because we all know that 9 out of 10 startups fail.

And even if you end up being the “1” that did not, running a startup will take a mental toll on you that no one else can understand.

No one.

Not your friends, not your family, not your team members, not your investors…

My Family picture (1999)

My mom wanted to be a doctor. It was this ambition that brought her and my dad together back when they attended college. They both had a passion for medicine, and would study for countless hours in order to be accepted into medical school.

Fast forward several years and my dad is a surgeon, while my mom has put aside her medical ambitions to be a homemaker. Life takes over, just as it has for generations of women in the years preceding my mother’s story. …

Mansi Singhal

Product Manager @ Facebook

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