O som do ED no final das palavras é o terror dos brasileiros, porque eles costumam adicionar a letra I no final das palavras que terminam com uma consoante, como em "Facebook." Além disso, o ED normalmente não é a sílaba tônica, o que torna a pronúncia ainda mais complicada para brasileiros. Nesse episódio, o Foster dá uma introdução da “Week 7: How to speak in the past like a native,” a sétima semana do nosso curso de pronúncia e conversação Sound School. Ah, se você prefere o vídeo dessa aula, é só clicar aqui!
Product visions can align a team and inspire a better future state. When visions stem from real user needs, the ideas that follow have the greatest potential for success. NN/g UX Specialist Anna Kaley discusses keeping users at the center of product development, and shares insights from next weeks' UX Vision and Strategy Series, presented alongside Chief Designer, Sarah Gibbons. Read more about Anna Kaley (NN/g bio) Referenced courses and training series: UX Vision and Strategy Series (Oct 18-22, 2021) with Anna Kaley and Sarah Gibbons Product and UX: Building Partnerships for Better Outcomes Being a UX Leader: Essential Skills for Any UX Practitioner Lean UX and Agile Related (free) videos & articles: UX Vision (3-min video by Anna Kaley) Create an aspirational view of the experience users will have with your product, service, or organization in the future. This isn't fluff, but will guide a unified design strategy. Here are 5 steps to creating a UX vision. UX Roadmaps: Definition and Components (article by Sarah Gibbons)
Today we are learning from Sarah Forrai, the female founder of Contour Cube™ which you might be familiar with on TikTok. From 3D printed prototype to sell out success the revolutionary facial icing product Contour Cube is now TikTok famous having been viewed by over 25M people, gaining a global customer base and a following of over 150K. The Australian designed Contour Cube™ is a facial icing tool that has been uniquely designed to sculpt your face, de-puff eye bags and address your facial skincare needs from breakouts to fine lines.We're talking through her launch where she generated 20k and sold out of her products, how she's capitalising on her TikTok strategy and what she's doing when it comes to copycats. LINKS WE MENTION:Contour Cube's InstagramSarah's Instagram Female Startup Club's InstagramDoone's InstagramIn partnership with Klaviyo, the best email marketing tool for ecommerce businesses.Female Startup Club's YouTubeFemale Startup Club's Private Facebook GroupSay hello to Doone: email@example.comFemale Startup Club $1000 Monthly Cash Give AwayWebsite: World Intellectual Property OrganizationWebsite: Ted Talks
Hoje nós estamos trazendo algo um pouco diferente. Nesse episódio, você vai escutar o Foster dando feedback ao exercício do Ismael. O Ismael é aluno do Sound School, nosso curso intensivo de pronúncia e conversação, e esse é o feedback do exercício da semana. O Sound School é um curso de 20 semanas, ou seja, são 20 semanas de estudo e exercícios com feedback para melhorar significativamente o inglês. E no final, o Ismael ainda terá uma sessão no Zoom com o Foster para garantir que nada ficou para trás e ele realmente aproveitou o curso da melhor forma possível Você tá esperando o que para ser como o Ismael? Inscreva-se e faça parte da última turma do Sound School: https://www.inglesnuecru.com/ Obrigado Ismael por nos deixar compartilhar esse áudio com os nossos ouvintes!
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On this episode of More Than Profit, Bryce talks with Patrick Henshaw, Managing Director of Render and Rebecca Rice, Director of Product of Render. Render is a public benefit corporation that partners with organizations to unlock new ideas to solve their most challenging problems, one of those organizations being Access Ventures. Day to day these three work closely together but their journeys getting to this point vary greatly. Bryce, Patrick, and Rebecca talk about their unique career paths, their thoughts on working in the midwest, the importance of risk-tolerant capital, and the impact that corporations can have if they invite innovation into their work. Learn more on this episode of More Than Profit, Catalyzing Innovation with Patrick Henshaw and Rebecca Rice. Render has a new exciting partnership with Louisville's Chamber of Commerce, Greater Louisville, Inc. More details coming soon, but if you're a GLI investor, find out more about how to work with Render through your Chamber representative or contact them: workwithrender.com. If you're an entrepreneur in Louisville or Southern Indiana and looking for capital to scale your business check out render.capital More Than Profit is a podcast from Access Ventures and is produced by Render. Host: Bryce Butler Executive Producer: Tim Harris Associate Producer, Recording, Editing: Per Nordgren Graphic Design: Olivia Allison Social Media: Per Nordgren
As the Chief Marketing Officer for companies that have included Twilio, Jive, Genpact, Nuance, and Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories, Lynda Kate Smith has owned go-to-market strategy and full marketing responsibilities across a diverse set of industries, particularly in the area of tech products and services. She is currently a consultant/fractional CMO for mParticle and Misty Robotics, and also teaches Global Entrepreneurial Marketing in Stanford University's School of Engineering. In this conversation with Stanford adjunct lecturer Ravi Belani, Smith walks listeners through the fundamental lessons of her Stanford class, using real-world examples to illustrate the importance of marketing in technology entrepreneurship.
Jesse is a growth-oriented serial entrepreneur with a passion for Product, UX, and Technology. Jesse is the Chief Product Officer and Co-founder of Frontdesk, a leading tech-enabled urban short-term rental brand. Today, Frontdesk operates in 35 cities with over 250 talented employees. Jesse is a champion for all-things growth at Frontdesk, which includes leading the technology, sales, and marketing teams, while also nurturing key strategic relationships for the company. He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from UW-Milwaukee. Jesse is a proud husband and father of three boys, and a complete nerd at heart. This episode is sponsored by our friends at NoiseAware! NoiseAware is the only 100% privacy-safe noise monitoring solution so get with NoiseAware so you don't waste any time while you grow your professional and amazing business! Use SLICKTALK20 to get 20% off your noise devices with NoiseAware! Smart locks, Smart thermostats, automation, and a solution for any hotel and vacation rental company. Our show partners at Operto are the leading solution for operators to enhance their operations by integrating with your property management software and making sure all smart devices create a contactless guest experience while streamlining operations. Check them out on their website, send me a message, or just let them know Wil sent you and you'll be in great hands! This episode is also sponsored by Jetstream! Jetstream is a full-service hospitality solution with a powerful team behind it! To learn more about Jetstream, just click this link! In this episode, we explore: 03:20 - Guest Background 06:57 - Technology and automation is the key to solve complex operations 08:16 - Creating guest experience during Covid 10:24 - Challenges in the business 18:04 - Finding a great leader 19:28 - Managing the internal culture 24:27 - Not all things need to be automated 27:34 - Celebrating victories as the founder 31:39 - The biggest impact of Covid 33:58 - Hiring Skillsets vs Mindsets 41:32 - Scaling a large network of professionally managed tech-enabled apartments 43:02 - Managing the quality 48:23 - Connect with the guest Connecting with the Guest: Website: https://www.stayfrontdesk.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/stayfrontdesk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stayfrontdesk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/frontdeskinc/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stayfrontdesk/ Slick Talk Website & Socials: https://bit.ly/3uCsm6H Mid Roll Ad - 24:40
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On The Guest: Britt Rowe is the co-founder of Hella Awkward Cards, a card game for the awkward conversations you've been meaning to have! She's an advocate and voice for the Natural Hair Movement, as well as a talented actress and singer living in NYC. From this conversation you'll learn: How to find creative power in your struggles How society represses black traits The Natural Hair Movement The payoff of being authentic How being creative results in finding a new community What micro-aggression looks like Ways to self-evaluate and why Why only self-love should be unconditional The importance of recognizing the intention behind someone's opinion How to find new ways to do the thing you've always loved The missing piece in education for creatives How to use your success to help your community Why calling out your vulnerability makes it less difficult to voice The process of creating a physical product Social media resources for starting a business you know nothing about How to overcome the doubt that comes with inexperience and find your value The importance of finding safe spaces to learn How to support black businesses How to build confidence in being an entrepreneur And so much more! Follow the show @unleashyourinnercreative Follow me @LaurenLoGrasso Support Britt: www.fundblackfounders.com/hellawkwardcards Download my new single: ffm.to/prettylittleboy --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unleashyourinnercreative/message
Will Russell is the Founder of Russel Marketing, a New York marketing agency that specializes in launching new consumer product inventions. He is also a fellow writer with me for Forbes. Today Will is going to share some valuable knowledge on how inventors, startups, and small manufacturers learn to identify the main consumer buyer objections when purchasing your product, then how to overcome those objections when you launch your product to the market for the first time. Today you will hear us talk about: What are the types of buy objections when selling B2C Omnichanel product launch strategies Lots of the strategies today can be used in many sales strategies, including B2B How to create launch systems Cost, positioning, brand, technical, apathy EPISODE LINKS Will Russell / Russell Marketing Links: Website: https://russellmarketing.co/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/willrussellmktg/ The Product Startup Podcast Links: Website: https://www.ProductStartup.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ProductStartup/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ProductStartup/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ProductStartup/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ProductStartup/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ProductStartup/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProductStartup YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MakoInvent Mako Design Links: Website: https://www.makodesign.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MakoInvent Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/MakoInvent/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/MakoDesign/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MakoInvent/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/MakoInvent/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MakoInvent/ Kevin Mako Links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Entrepreneurs/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/KevMako/ Quora: https://www.quora.com/profile/Kevin-Mako Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KevMakoPage/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KevMako/ About: MAKO Design + Invent is the original firm providing world-class consumer product development services tailored to startups, small manufacturers, and inventors. Simply put, we are the leading one-stop-shop for developing your physical product from idea to store shelves, all in a high-quality, cost-effective, and timely manner. We operate as one powerhouse 30-person product design team spread across 4 offices to serve you (Austin, Miami, San Francisco, & Toronto). We have full-stack in-house industrial design, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, patent referral, prototyping, and manufacturing services. To assist our startup and inventor clients, in addition to above, we help with business strategy, product strategy, marketing, and sales/distribution for all consumer product categories. Also, our founder Kevin Mako hosts The Product Startup Podcast, the industry's leading hardware podcast. Check it out for tips, interviews, and best practices for hardware startups, inventors, and product developers. Click HERE to learn more about Mako Design + Invent!
On the podcast this week, Mark Mirchandani and Stephanie Wong hear all about the cool stuff happening at Cloud Next 2021. Brian Hall and Forrest Brazeal join the show to outline exciting announcements, fun partnerships, and what the future holds for Google Cloud. The immense prep and planning that went into Next shows through in the intentional and unified strategy of announcements and offerings at the conference. Our guests talk about this process and the challenges and decisions that went into the content choices and scheduling. The addition of Community Day, for example, was implemented to create a sense of in-person participation in an online-only event. Next kicked off this week with a Keynote presentation talking about the momentum of production and infrastructure innovation at Google Cloud, new product announcements across data cloud and open cloud infrastructure, security advancements, sustainability, and more. Our guests talk about important partnerships Google Cloud has fostered this year with clients like Ford, Univision, and GE using AI and other technologies to advance innovative ideas in their businesses. Announcements around AI and analytics at Google Cloud were plentiful, including Spark on Google Cloud that offers managed serverless data processing. Brian details the work Tableau and Google Cloud are doing to advance data visualization. Our guests talk about the work Google has done to embrace the multi-cloud culture with advancements in Anthos and BigQuery Omni. The newly announced Google Distributed Cloud lets clients use their multi-cloud infrastructures across edge locations. Forrest talks about the pragmatic evolution to the Google Distributed Cloud offering and how other announcements like security advancements through strategic European partnerships have positively affected multi-cloud customers. We talk more about the importance of the new security announcements, like the Google Cyber Security Action Team. The changing landscape of work brought on by the pandemic has lead to more and more remote work. Workspace is adapting to this new environment, and our guests tell us about the new features available to workers at home. As Google works to revolutionize technologies for clients, they also keep sustainability in mind. Next saw announcements in the clean cloud space and Google’s continued commitment to a carbon-free existence. New carbon reporting for clients and new features in Google Earth Engine and Active Assist help Google clients with their sustainability goals, too. Brian Hall Brian is the VP of Product and Industry Marketing at Google Cloud. He was formerly a VP at AWS, CEO of Doppler Labs, and VP for Microsoft Surface with 20+ years at Microsoft. Forrest Brazeal Forrest is a cloud educator, author, speaker, and Pwnie Award-winning songwriter based in Charlotte, NC. Cool things of the week Cloud Next site Solving for What’s Next blog Training more than 40 million new people on Google Cloud skills blog Interview Cloud Next site Next Catalog site Opening Keynote site Solving for What’s Next blog GKE Autopilot site Workspace site Vertex AI site Apache Spark on Google Cloud site Tableau site Fivetran site HVR site Informatica site Trifacta site Anthos site Bringing multi-cloud analytics to your data with BigQuery Omni blog Google Distributed Cloud site NetApp site T-Systems and Google Cloud Partner to Deliver Sovereign Cloud for Germany press release Thales and Google Cloud Announce Strategic Partnership to Jointly Develop a Trusted Cloud Offering in France press release Google Cybersecurity Action Team site AppSheet site BeyondCorp site Google Earth Engine site Active Assist site Data Cloud Keynote site What’s something cool you’re working on? Stephanie is working on a video series with Eric Brewer.
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LinksTwitterWebShow PartnerThis episode is presented by FTX. Trade on an awesome mobile interface fee-free, and still get all the great portfolio tracking features you know and love: https://uponly.tv/ftxShow NotesTom Intro ⁃ Partner at Dragonfly Capital (@dragonfly_cap) ⁃ Owner of elusive Gauntlet x Nike hoodie ⁃ Formerly product at 0x and PM at InstagramDragonfly Capital & Tokenomics ⁃ East/West focus. Crypto is very different from Web2 in that you can't really launch locally, you're global from day 1. Dragonfly help bridge the East/West gap for teams and products ⁃ 2019 was harder to do deals remotely, people would meet snd pitch in person. Not really a thing anymore – your reputation precedes you online ⁃ Day to day work is 25% team calls, 25% portfolio support, 20% research and staying on top of what's going on in the space ⁃ Cobie: How much of your previous product experience has helped in your VC Role? Tom: It was a bit of learning curve from IG to 0x. A lot translates over but the token aspect changes how you think about product, it can be the growth mechanic, the same product but with different tokenomics can have a huge difference in outcome ⁃ Cobie: Even having a token as a defence mechanism is a requirement now ⁃ Tom: Prefer the method of building a great and sticky product then adding the token on top of that otherwise you run into leaky bucket theory once the incentives run out ⁃ Dislikes revenue to token holders early on, ideally it should be used to make the product better and grow but treasuries have gotten so big that teams probably don't know how to spend itAirdrops & Sybil Attacks ⁃ Divergence Ventures farmed 10% of RBN airdrop ⁃ Returned following being found out and the following drama ⁃ Tom farmed it personally long before the airdrop email, continued to farm after that point and so has since voluntarily returned all farmed RBN from his account ⁃ An individual exploiting via sybil isn't as bad as an investor that then also dumps day one ⁃ Teams are experimenting with different ways to achieve fair distribution but there's still a lot to work out, it's a really interesting design space ⁃ Need to hold people to a high standard to self-regulate in the industryTrends in the next 6-18months? ⁃ Product structure ⁃ Derivative products ⁃ DAOs & DAO toolingEthereum Scaling ⁃ ZK-rollup maximalist ⁃ For some applications and purposes even the rollup won't be cheap enough and so maybe there will be room for other chains ⁃ You can also rollup a rollup e.g. Mina. Cobie: “Inception was a warning, don't go too many rollup's deep or you'll get stuck there forever” ⁃ Heterogeneous blockchain future but unsure what path it will take ⁃ Cobie: Should L2s have tokens? Tom: Decentralising the L2 could rely on having a token and also it's a case of trying to protect against forking or a competitor ⁃ There will be a fee for L2s but unsure who will pay it, token holders, users, maybe the L1? ⁃ Solana has been surprising with the amount of developer activity happening there ⁃ Cobie: When chains are EVM compatible you get a lot of copy-paste projects to grab money over and over. Potentially means that the teams are less sticky, opportunity over legitimate drive. Solana is more novel, the product designs maybe aren't all novel but there's a lot of work there being done to make things sticky. Those ecosystems that do that are much more likely to perform in the next cycleWhy won't my 0x go up? (– Ledger) ⁃ It's structured as a gas rebate which doesn't really scale proportionately to the size of a trade ⁃ Reworking a token is a sensitive topic ⁃ 0x we're extremely early on a lot of things like governanceBitcoin Projects? ⁃ Lightning network seems like a real path forward for Bitcoin, they're building a real developer network ⁃ It's not incentivised the demand to use it is natural either by need or by people who love BitcoinWorking in Crypto? ⁃ It's a great time to be a founder, raising funds is super competitive right now ⁃ Passion about the space and research is desired when hiring ⁃ Crypto is much more exciting and intellectually interesting than traditional tech jobs ⁃ Taipei is a solid place for crypto in Asia alongside Singapore⁃ 2017-2019 had SF as a central crypto hub but it's not really the case anymore and teams are becoming more geographically spread outFinal Alpha ⁃ Invest for strength, not for a lack of weakness ⁃ Focus on your sleep and getting high quality sleepNotes by LukeMusic by GiovanniPickle
“Any idea is a hypothetical solution to a problem. It is basically spending time to figure out if your solution to the problem is the right problem to solve first of all”— Hiten Shah Our guest today is Hiten Shah (@hnshah), co-Founder and CEO at Nira. Hiten has started multiple software companies since 2003 including Crazy Egg, KISSmetrics, and Nira. Here are some of the topics we discuss: Two approaches to entrepreneurship — the difference between pirates vs. explorers Hiten talks about his own approach and helps you understand which one you should choose Finding the courage to be disliked in order to progress His personal development journey and how it's reflected in his professional life Product development and Hiten's approach to solutions and problems Why you should base your product on people's stories over what they say they want Just a quick note: this episode was recorded last year (2020). Welcome to the Conscious Creators Show; where through intimate and insightful interviews with authors, actors, musicians, entrepreneurs, and other podcasters, you'll learn tools and tactics to 10x your creativity and improve your business and life. Like this show? Support us by following the show, leaving a review here, and helping us spread the word by sharing the pod with one (or three) friends: https://refer.fm/creators Do you want to learn how to make a living as a creator? Check out the CreatorsMBA where we show you how to get paid to create online: http://www.creatorsmba.com Follow our host, Sachit Gupta, and get it touch if you have any questions or ideas related to the show: Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and TikTok. Please enjoy today's episode and thank you for listening! Show Notes 01:14 - Building a business as a Pirate vs. Explorer 03:29 - How innovation can happen 06:01 - The building of business with Hiten's explorer tendencies and the pioneering outcomes 11:41 - The importance of self-awareness, being genuine to yourself as a framework 16:47 - How you can value yourself more while respecting your personal goals 21:53 - Why is better to have a conversation, or when is better to ask a friend than to ask Google 23:28 - The Ups and Downs of building a business 28:26 - How to get rid of stress by finding the answer within yourself 34:46 - Your way to finding a path to be non-judgmental 35:44 - The implications of self-awareness on pirates vs. explorers 37:17 - What Hiten wants other founders to know to progress professionally and personally 43:12 - The style of content on Hiten's blog and research work, and his intentions behind it 48:35 - Tips for self-care while on the emotional startup rollercoaster 52:50 - How does the process of developing a framework for a product look like for Hiten 56:55 - The role of stories in defining the audience and their problems, and how to reach a solution 64:00 - Should you use intuition or stories or data on the product development journey? 66:52 - The principle of “measure twice, cut once” as a way of dealing with confirmation bias 69:58 - The power of talking on a podcast vs 1:1 conversation for learning and advice for current and potential funders 76:51 - On getting the right answer when facing with a conflicting advice 77:24 - How by being an example he can be of the biggest help 81:20 - The future envisioned by Hiten Tweetable Quotes "You can tell when someone is self-aware because they are able to clearly articulate why they are doing something, and how they are doing." — Hiten Shah “A pirate wants to see what's out there in order to copy it. An explorer wants to see what's out there in order to go against it and do the opposite.” — Hiten Shah “In reality, our collective experiences don't exist, there is only individualistic experience, which means we are all dreaming.” — Hiten Shah “The impact you can have on yourself and self-improvement on your mental health to understand what triggers you and why, and digging into it, is tremendous in order to look at actions as an observer, instead of a participant.” — Hiten Shah “The more prescriptive you are about the things you're doing, the more you keep it as close to business as possible and not personal.” — Hiten Shah “The children were taught to live with certainty, and that is not the world we live in anymore.” — Hiten Shah “Great product developers are good at intuitively knowing the problem, not intuitively knowing the solution.” — Hiten Shah “You save your creativity for the solution. Don't push your creativity on the problems.” — Hiten Shah About Our Guest Hiten Shah (@hnshah) is the Co-Founder and CEO at Nira. He has started multiple software companies since 2003 including Crazy Egg, KISSmetrics, and Nira. He also has a blog Hitenism in which he shares all the news and personal knowledge for anyone interested in SaaS businesses. Hiten builds data-driven solutions to help online businesses make better business decisions at KissMetrics. Hiten Shah serves as a Venture Advisor at 15Five, Inc., SpacePencil Inc., and Lean Startup Machine Inc. He serves as Advisor of Bitium Inc. Additionally, he Co-Founded Crazy Egg & Quick Sprout, an analytics tool that visualizes the user experience on a website. He serves as a Consultant of 500 Startups. Hiten Shah served as Advisor of CatchFree, Inc., iSocket, Inc., and Drumbi Inc. he advises startups about metrics, product & marketing. He started on the Internet by founding an Internet marketing consultancy, ACS. Hiten Shah serves as a Member of the Advisory Board of Recurly, Inc. He serves as a Member of the Advisory Board at DailyFeats, Inc. He serves as a Member of the Advisory Board at Classy, Inc.
I sat down with my Justin.tv cofounder, Michael Seibel, to talk about how we turned our live reality show Justin.tv into the global platform that eventually became Twitch. Michael was previously the CEO of Y Combinator, the seed stage fund known as the first investor in Stripe, Dropbox, Instacart, Coinbase, Reddit, and thousands of other startups. Michael is one of my closest friends and an amazing mentor. In this episode we talk about his education at Yale, founding Justin.tv together, mentoring the Airbnb founders early on, how to get funded by Y Combinator, and so much more. (This episode was originally released as S1:E1 in 2020) If you liked this episode, check out our YouTube channel and follow us on Twitter! A thank to our sponsors Universe and CashApp for making this podcast possible. THE QUEST MEDIA | CONTENT MEETS SILICON VALLEY |
Unless you run a brick-and-mortar store, the term “visual merchandising” may make you feel nervous or uneasy. In fact, even if you are a storefront owner, it can still seem like a daunting or overwhelming term. But visual merchandising is not just for the physical presence of an organization or business—it is also important for your photo shoots, your live sales, and your online presence, as the same principles apply. So today our guest is Badeeha Jubeh, CEO of Retail Visual Identity and the go-to girl when it comes to merchandising. She is going to be sharing her tips for visual merchandising that will lead to more sales within your shop. Today's episode was brought to you by Candy Club. Click here to learn more: wholesale.candyclub.com Resources: Learn More About the Boutique Hub Here: https://theboutiquehub.com/join/boutique/
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Kyle Jepson is the Senior Vice President of Product at Emerge. Kyle has over 10 years of transportation experience and we speak about software development and how this landscape is changing and what trends to look for in the coming years. Make sure to connect with Kyle on LinkedIn and follow Emerge! https://www.emergemarket.com/
Confession time: we know close to nothing about product-based businesses. We've been in the online space for years and our experience with product businesses has been so tiring that we don't even have the energy to sell Hey Marvelous T-shirts. But, as entrepreneurs who love to stay on top of industry trends, we couldn't help but notice a huge influx of product-based businesses during the pandemic - especially with the rise of TikTok and the resurgence of spaces like DePop and Etsy. So, it only made sense to dig deeper and dive into the world of physical products with an expert! In today's episode, we're discussing the ins and outs of the business with the incredible Katie Hunt. Katie is the founder of Proof to Product where she helps coach and mentor entrepreneurs who create physical products. She works with them on business strategy and helps sell their products wholesale so they can get on the shelves of both smaller, independent shops (like that local stationery store you adore), or larger chains (like Target or Walmart). So, in today's episode, Katie discusses her own journey from small stationery store owner to business strategist, how the landscape for product-based business has changed over the past ten years, what you need to know if you're looking to enter the market, and more!Here's a peek at what else you can expect: Why stronger access to customer feedback is both a blessing and a curse The one question that you should be asking before you start a product-based business Comparisons between selling wholesale vs selling via marketing channels like Etsy The kind of strain manufacturing and inventory has on your profit margins (and how to start paying yourself more) How to continue to feel passionate about your business when you hit a plateau The mysteries of TikTok marketing Why online entrepreneurs shouldn't jump into the retail space blind Once you're done listening to this episode, find us on Instagram (@heymarvelous) and tell us: do you own a product-based business (or do you sell retail as a part of your online business)? What challenges do you face on a day-to-day basis?Resources: Proof To Product Proof To Product - Podcast Proof To Product - Instagram Voxer This week's Joy: Katie and her family recently returned from a 22-day road trip (ummm, jealous). They traveled to 8 states, went camping, spent time outdoors, and were able to have quality time together as a family without Katie having to worry about her business at all. The high of the trip is Katie's biggest joy right now!This week's Hustle: Katie's hustle is something we love in our business too, the criminally underrated Voxer. Voxer is a walkie-talkie app that's fantastic for client coaching calls, connecting with colleagues, and having back and forth, real-time conversations.This podcast is brought to you by the Marvelous online teaching platform.Marvelous is an easy-to-use platform that helps you build and sell your own courses memberships and live-streamed programs. Go from idea to open for business in just minutes. Unlike other startups, Marvelous was created by women for women. If you're looking for a simple, streamlined way to build and grow an online business. You can learn more at Marvelous.
The Curly Hair Q&A Show is back after a brief break and Ken and Melanie have loads to update all your curly girls on including their adventures on the Curl Bus Tour along with answering a variety of curly questions from hair loss after having the virus, bleaching curls and proper product application and much, much more! The show is back better than ever so don't miss this! Happy to be back!
#newproductpick JP's Product Pick of the Week: Push Button Power Switch RECAP https://www.adafruit.com/product/1400 Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ -----------------------------------------
JP's Product Pick of the Week 10/12/21 Push-Button Power Switch @adafruit @johnedgarpark #adafruit DEEP discount during the livestream here! https://www.adafruit.com/product/1400 Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ -----------------------------------------
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This week Ryan and Mustafa look at UX portfolios and take a look at some of the best of 2021. They also cover tips on what to focus on and how you can scale your skillset. Top 21 UX Designer Portfolio Websites in 2021 https://www.casestudy.club/journal/ux-designer-portfolio Sites reviewed http://www.jonathanpatterson.com/ http://lifeofpai.com/ https://www.kysondana.com/ https://www.lizvwells.com/ About the hosts Mustafa Kurtuldu is a UX lead on install-ability on Chrome and Design Advocate at Google. His skills include user research, interviews, surveys, usability reviews, producing documentation including personas, site maps, user journeys and flows, and various fidelities of annotated wireframes. Ryan Warrender is Web Product Partnerships Manager at Google. Ryan has over ten years of experience working in Product, Business Development and UX Design. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the perfect accompaniment to the long summer days. Or the deluge. Or perhaps a bit of both. Today we are talking about travel. As many cities begin to actively take steps away from the dominance of cars, we are asking what might it be like if that had already happened? What might it be like to live in a city in which more travel now takes place on food or on two wheels? And how are electric vehicles transforming that? It's a brilliant discussion with two amazing guests. As always, do let me know what you think, feedback is much appreciated. Carson Brown is a Co-founder and Head of Product at TAUR an electric scooter brand. Having spent the majority of his career dedicated to developing micromobility products. He is a strong advocate for greener, more efficient cities, and enabling people to change their lifestyle through considered design. Melissa Bruntlett is a urban mobility advocate specializing in communications and engagement. She is also the co-author of Building the Cycling City: The Dutch Blueprint for Urban Vitality and the newly released Curbing Traffic: The human case for fewer cars in our lives. Melissa focuses on urban mobility and sustainable cities, and believes it is imperative to build cities that work for every citizen, using her experience as a writer, marketer, and media producer to share the human perspective of multi-modal transport to a mainstream audience. Professionally, Melissa supports knowledge sharing and capacity building to create more equitable mobility environments, working with and advising public and private partners in Europe, North America and Australasia to develop effective and compelling communications and engagement plans and strategies. She is a Canadian living in the Netherlands with her husband Chris and their two children Please consider supporting the podcast by visiting www.patreon.com/fromwhatiftowhatnext and becoming a patron.
Annie Kreighbaum and Rebecca Zhou are beauty biz legends. After working together at Glossier for five years, the duo reunited to launch Soft Services, a skincare brand that makes products, guides, and digital tools to help people who are looking for solutions to their body skin concerns. Today, they give us their guidebook on creating cult beauty brands adored by the digital age and their mission to disrupt the body care market. Shop Soft Services https://softservices.co Love the show? Follow us and leave a review! And for more behind-the-scenes, follow Liv on Instagram, @LivvPerez. Produced by Dear Media
On today's episode, Courtney shares how she got into Product and how her love for discovery started in her career before she got into Product. We talked a lot about diverse inputs, and we talked about what good discovery is NOT. Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/productmanagementlessons/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/productmanagementlessons/support
This week, Dan Neumann is joined by Chris Pipito, Agile Coach, to talk about Scrum cling-ons and culture shift. In this episode, Dan and Chris are talking about the aspects that cling to the Scrum framework and really impede organizations' ability to shift cultures from where they were to a point where there are more Agile stands using the Scrum structure. Dan and Chris dive deep into the roles of Scrum, the struggles faced when trying to achieve a culture shift, the real purpose of sprint reviews, and how to narrow stories (instead of splitting them) among other valuable inputs on the matter. Key Takeaways ● The three roles of Scrum: The Scrum Master, Developers, and the Product Owner. ○ Product and Portfolio managers do not exist in Scrum. ○ For anyone who does not fit into these three roles, there is a need to find a place in the organization where the employee's skills can be applied and are valued. ● What is really a culture shift? ○ The team sizing is an important matter as well as not having the team departmentalized bureaucracy. ○ The necessary organization needs to be in place for different departments to work together. ○ In most organizations, people don't even read the Scrum Guide and they work with people who don't have the proper certifications either, then, as a result, the entire experience with Scrum and Agile is not that satisfactory. ● The cling-ons make it easier not to change behaviors. ○ Is the team clear about the reasons why they are building something? What is the goal that the team is looking to achieve? Standardized forms sometimes do not contribute to the overall goal of a project. ○ Are you talking directly with your customer? ○ What is really the point of the Sprint Review? To inspect the increment and respond to the new information. ○ Teams who work on properly-sized stories check on the customer to make sure they are on the right path; this is much better than assuming they are right. ○ Narrowing stories is different than splitting them; you need to keep the overall objective you are trying to achieve as well as all the different things that you will be able to do, then narrowing that to a “happy path” to build it, without missing the core functionality of what you are trying to reach. ● What are the challenges to be confronted in order to make a shift towards Agility in an organization? ○ Regarding departments, the teams' sizes need to be appropriate. ○ Make sure you look for the skill sets that are needed in each team before just assigning one. ○ Assess the resource allocation fallacy: It's not about “getting the maximum utilization out of the fungible resources” ○ Tip to try in bigger organizations: One group could be separated and treated as if it is an entire organization and show them the results of what is coming up. Sometimes this might mean keeping “management” out. Mentioned in this Episode: The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of the Learning Organization, by Peter Senge Mob Programming: A Whole Team Approach, by Woodie Zuill and Kevin Meadows Want to Learn More or Get in Touch? Visit the website and catch up with all the episodes on AgileThought.com! Email your thoughts or suggestions to Podcast@AgileThought.com or Tweet @AgileThought using #AgileThoughtPodcast!
In this episode, Jessica shares tips on leading with opportunity versus leading with product when prospecting as a network marketer. rankmakerslive.com Thanks for listening! Have some feedback to share? Leave us a review on iTunes! www.rayhigdon.com
Product knowledge can replace gaps in sales skills. In today's episode, I'll teach you what you can do to get dramatically better at product knowledge. Questions? Connect with me on LinkedIn and let me know!
Scott covers progress on the Cortex A work for Raspberry Pi. He's been working on expanding the system view description (SVD) files and learning all about the Generic Interrupt Controller (GIC400 / GICv2). He'll also answer any questions folks have. Visit the Adafruit shop online - http://www.adafruit.com Chat with me and lot of others on the Adafruit Discord at https://adafru.it/discord. Deep Dive happens every week. Normally Fridays at 2pm Pacific but occasionally shifted to Thursday at 2pm. Typically goes for two hours or more. Questions are welcome. 0:00 Getting started 0:02:00 Hello and Housekeeping 0:04:42 Unexpected Makers Feather S2 - https://unexpectedmaker.com/ 0:05:30 Today's topic deep dive Raspberry Pi 0:06:30 Educational/Work Background summary 0:10:20 Getting started in Board Design - KiCad, Oshpark - https://www.kicad.org/ 0:12:00 Working on google maps, reasons for leaving 0:13:35 What was the most important thing learned at Google? 0:14:45 Getting started with surface mount 0:16:15 Flux and soldering, Pin Headers - https://www.adafruit.com/product/2830 0:20:30 Adafruit Collin's Lab soldering videos - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjF7R1fz_OOXyxiYQWEX4OZga9c7jrw5q 0:21:05 Hand soldering, vs. SMD for dotstars 0:22:17 Looking at the ‘new' Pi Development board 40-Pin / external JTAG / SWD adapter - https://oshpark.com/shared_projects/fBq76nP9 0:24:22 Raspberry Pi CM4 0:25:37 USB to UART external board 0:26:45 External connector and chickadee logo ( on oshpark ) 0:29:35 Oshpark, PCB shopper (dot com) 0:31:00 Chickadee.tech web page and After Dark theme 0:32:12 Two weeks of progress on RPi 0:32:32 Troubleshooting 4 layer boards 0:33:25 adafruit/samd-peripherals github page - SAMD21 / SAMD51 0:33:52 adafruit / Broadcom peripherals page - https://github.com/adafruit/broadcom-peripherals 0:35:55 Recap system on chips ( SAM D21 block diagram ) 0:38:00 .SVD ( arm ) vs flash.xml ? 0:38:46 Memory Mapped I/O and Product (memory) Mapping 0:40:40 SVD file used for debugging and generate C code 0:42:00 RPi Desktop/workspace setup explained 0:44:00 Debug output and open OCD 0:44:35 Gdbstub PyCortexMDebug - https://github.com/bnahill/PyCortexMDebug 0:46:30 “svd” commands 0:50:24 Using KDE console terminal for tiling “management” 0:51:00 IRQ's and interrupts 0:53:24 Need USB Interrupts to get TinyUSB to work 0:54:00 PPI vs SPI 0:57:28 Would interrupts drive support to multicore 0:58:55 Do we need delays to support interrupts? (no) 1:00:50 Can you have delays in an interrupt? ( don't want to ) 1:02:10 SVDcon (sp) converted table 1:02:39 Python generated jinja macros (svd tool) 1:07:50 GPIO alternate functions - moving to get interrupts working 1:08:40 USB initialization need to be powered on ( see vcmailbox ? ) 1:09:40 How does the interrupt handler work - assembly code 1:10:10 saving and restoring state in interrupts (macro) 1:11:30 handling invalid interrupt entries 1:12:25 CPU exception top level code 1:13:14 handle IRQ 1:14:15 svd USB_OTG_GLOBAL / examine the registers 1:17:02 next thing down the line, the interrupt controller 1:20:30 Lady Ada on the screen! 1:32:23 - after some good advice, goodbye 1:35:20 ARM provided svd conv (sp) 1:38:52 GIC 400 1:40:53 the GIC 400 overview diagram 1:43:20 Interrupt “1023” magic number - in a spurious interrupt 1:46:42 Interrupt handling state machine diagram Figure 3-1 1:47:55 Distributor register descriptions - GICD_ITARGETS 1:49:00 Old show notes - https://github.com/adafruit/deep-dive-notes/ 1:51:16 Reviewing interrupt priority fields 1:54:20 interrupts are all zero 1:55:00 Try setting priority to one, as an experiment 1:57:00 restart with new code - gdb says in fifo-read 1:58:34 Wrap-up 1:59:25 Next week next Friday 2:00:09 cat-cam ----------------------------------------- LIVE CHAT IS HERE! http://adafru.it/discord Adafruit on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adafruit Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ -----------------------------------------
One of the biggest sales mistakes most startups, especially ones selling enterprise solutions and targeting Above-the-Line executives make, is that they don't focus on their prospect's PRIORITIES. Instead, most startups make their outreach and pitches all about their PRODUCT – “Hi NAME – I'm contacting you because I would like to give you further information about our product called _____…” or "Hi NAME – Our company has a blah-blah platform that does feature this and feature this... Would you like to see a demo?" Ugh. Delete. Occasionally I'll see messaging that's PROBLEM–focused – "Hi NAME – Even with a great sales team, there's a good chance you're hurting your growth if your blah-blah-blah is anything less than optimal..." A little better, but even that isn't nearly good enough if you want to sell to ABL executives. Executives get paid the big bucks because their job is to lead their company's strategic initiatives. When they step into the office every day, they're focused on their PRIORITIES – not the day-to-day problems that crop up. They have people down the chain that are paid to handle the fires. And they definitely don't care about your product (even if it's AI or Blockchain or automates something or other...). It's your job as a seller to know these priorities and show how you can help those executives get where they want to go. Listen & subscribe to The Startup Selling Show here: BluBrry | Deezer | Amazon | Stitcher | Spotify | iTunes | Soundcloud | SalesQualia Thanks so much for listening! Tell a friend or ten about The Startup Selling Show, and please leave a review wherever you're listening to the show.
Jeff and Phil welcome Naomi Gleit, VP of Product at Facebook, who wrote a personal essay about her multiracial identity. She talks about growing up ethnically ambiguous, finding her voice on issues of identity and race, and embracing the notion that she is neither half Asian nor half Jewish, but fully both.
Nicholas Holland, VP of Product at HubSpot, shares The 5 Tips to CRM and Marketing Automation Success for Manufacturers ahead of INBOUND 2021.Articles and resources reference in this episode:Connect with Nicholas Holland on LinkedInAttend INBOUND 2021 Online - October 12-14Get Started with free CRM, Email Marketing, and Automation from HubSpotIf you haven't already, be sure to listen and review Industrial Strength Marketing to let us know what you think of the show.About the ShowAs a top manufacturing podcast, we focus on what matters most to industrial marketers and executives tasked with developing and delivering on a strategic growth plan. Featuring inspiring conversations with manufacturing and B2B marketing leaders on the lessons learned along the way, this show exists to provide insights that help you grow your business.Are you looking to share your expertise with industrial prospects, influencers, and leaders across the supply chain? Then, apply to be a guest on the show.
Warren Anderson joins us to discuss how Findora is public blockchain with programmable privacy. Warren Paul Anderson is VP of Product at Discreet Labs, which is developinghttps://findora.org/ ( Findora), a public blockchain with programmable privacy. Previously, Warren led product at Ripple for 4.5 years working on the XRP Ledger, Interledger, & PayString protocols, the RippleX platform, and RippleNet's On-Demand Liquidity enterprise product. Prior to Ripple, in 2014 Warren co-founded Hedgy, one of the first DeFi platforms for derivatives using programmable, escrowed smart contracts on the Bitcoin blockchain. Warren has two bachelor's degrees from Northwestern University, and did graduate studies at Harvard University. Links: https://findora.org/ (https://findora.org/) https://discreetlabs.io/ (https://discreetlabs.io/) https://twitter.com/FindoraOfficial (https://twitter.com/FindoraOfficial) https://t.co/nVKyMSJN5e?amp=1 (http://discord.findora.org) https://medium.com/findorafoundation (https://medium.com/findorafoundation) *Disclaimer. Richard Carthon is the Founder of Crypto Current. All opinions expressed by members of the Crypto Current Team, Richard or his guest on this podcast are solely their opinions and do not reflect the opinions of Crypto Current. You should not treat any opinion expressed by Richard as a specific inducement to make a particular investment or follow a particular strategy but only as an expression of his opinion. This podcast is for informational purposes only. ~ Put your Bitcoin and Ethereum to work. Earn up to 12% interest back with https://get.tantralabs.io/earn/?utm_source=cryptocurrent&utm_medium=display&utm_campaign=advertising-display-cryptocurrent&utm_content=lp (Tantra Labs). ~ New to crypto? Check out our https://bit.ly/394YKFw (Crypto for Beginners) Step-by-Step Guide to Crypto Investing! ~ Follow us on https://bit.ly/3CPwepn (Youtube), http://bit.ly/2TRIArp (Twitter), http://bit.ly/38yfrqo (Instagram), http://bit.ly/39DhpHi (Facebook), http://bit.ly/38wsXL5 (LinkedIn), & https://bit.ly/3yQ30Es (Tik Tok). ~ Want to make ~$25+ a month for FREE? Sign up to get a FREE https://www.emrit.io/?referral=cryptocurrent (emrit.io Coolspot today)! ~ Want to learn more about cryptocurrency? Check out our https://bit.ly/2CbaYzw (educational videos) today! ~ https://bit.ly/2TF3Gtb (Swan) is the easiest and most affordable way to accumulate Bitcoin with automatic recurring purchases. Start your plan today and get $10 of free Bitcoin dropped into your account. ~ Want access to cool crypto/blockchain projects that you can use immediately? Check out our https://bit.ly/3eZ8J1E (partnerships page)! ~ Looking to attend a cryptocurrency or blockchain event? Check out our https://bit.ly/2ZVCV8f (events page)! ~ Tune in on https://bit.ly/2CN9bl1 (Crypto Current TV) throughout the week for a 24/7 crypto stream on the latest action on crypto markets, news, and interviews with the industry's top experts! ~ Enjoying our podcast? Please leave us a 5 star review http://bit.ly/2Is3iJ9 (here)! ~ Stay up to date with the latest news in cryptocurrency by opting-in to our http://bit.ly/2xmkKfQ (newsletter)! You will receive daily emails (M-S) that are personalized and curated content specific to you and your interests, powered by artificial intelligence. ~ We were featured as one of the http://bit.ly/2vRAGGl (Top 25 Cryptocurrency Podcasts) and one of the http://bit.ly/33cnus9 (16 Best Cryptocurrency Podcasts in 2020). ~ Are you an accredited investor looking to invest in cryptocurrency? Check out http://bit.ly/2IrKABr (Crescent City Capital). ~ Earn Interest. Receive Loans. Trade Crypto. Start Today! Learn more about how you can https://bit.ly/38Ezc3s (sign up for...
Do you want to get off the marketing treadmill, make more sales, and have more impact? Who doesn't, right? Marisa Murgatroyd gets people so excited about changing their lives that they stop dreaming and start doing. As Founder of Live Your Message, she believes that your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to design, launch, and profit from an experience product in 12 weeks or less. She and her team will help you find that deep level of alignment where you're in your zone of genius and doing what only you can do. In today's episode, she sits down with host Jenna Snavely for an inspiring and mind-blowing chat about leveraging dopamine buttons, transcending common market strategies, breathing life into your brand, and getting customers the results of their dreams. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN: How to leverage your customers' dopamine button for good Tips for standing out in a market full of talking heads and look-alike businesses. How to design, launch, and profit from an experience product in 12 weeks or less Proven ways to increase your customer results 10-30x the industry standard LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: Live Your Message The Power of Moments (book by Chip and Dan Heath) Marisa on YouTube Grab The Viral Product Checklist: liveyourmessage.com/dm OUR PARTNERS: Generate leads and improve sales with automated chatbots from Bot Builders FREE trial of email and SMS marketing with Sendlane Thanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to The DigitalMarketer Podcast? Have some feedback you'd like to share? Connect with us on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review!
Today's show is for everyone out there wanting to or currently starting or running a product shop. We had the pleasure of chatting with Kait Fonteno, the Founder and Lead Designer and Developer at Kait Studio where she works with women from all over the world to launch and scale their digital brands. Kait began her agency 7 years ago after leaving a career in retail with a laptop, a baby on her lap, and a goal to help women launch online without unnecessary stress. Over the last seven years, she and her team have launched over 100 websites on Shopify, Showit, and WordPress as well as numerous courses for clients on Kajabi. Kait specializes in building out custom product shops on Shopify and we dive in deep with her on the topic of all things product shops and Shopify. Today's episode is a GOLD MINE for our product and digital product shop owners. Whether you're brand new to the idea of a product shop or you've been in it for years and are ready to take your shop to the next level, Kait covers everything you need to know about creating, launching, and scaling a shop that stands out and SELLS. If you're ready to learn from the inside woman on all things Shopify and product shops, what to know when first starting, should you hire a custom designer right off the bat, should you start with physical or digital products, what even is the difference? What pages or sections should you even have in your online shop? This episode is full of so much information you'll probably need to rewind a few times to take notes. Show notes: https://theheartuniversity.com/183-want-to-start-a-product-or-digital-shop-in-shopify-this-episode-is-for-you-with-kait-fontenot HoneyBook: share.honeybook.com/heart In addition to a FREE 7 day trial, get 50% off your first year of HoneyBook, a $200 value!! The Heart University Courses: www.theheartuniversity.com/courses Follow along with Kait: www.instagram.com/kaitstudio www.lovekait.com If you want to connect with us and other listeners in the Heart and Hustle community join our Facebook group here. Follow along: www.instagram.com/mrslindseyroman www.instagram.com/evierupp www.instagram.com/theheartuniversity
What do eyeglasses, blockchain, and social media all have in common? If you answered nothing, then obviously you haven't heard of Lucyd. On this episode of Up Next in Commerce, I sat down with Harrison Gross, the Co-founder and CEO of Lucyd, a smart eyewear company that is bringing hardware and software together in pretty incredible ways. Harrison told me all about how the company was built on IP from research universities — an underutilized trove of crazy cool ideas — and how Lucyd's crowdfunding backers became the perfect beta testers for the Lucyd Lyte glasses, which are glasses fitted with bluetooth technology that allow users to talk on the phone, listen to music, engage with Siri, and more, all without ever taking your phone out of your pocket. Smart glasses are not a new concept, so you may be wondering what makes Lucyd different. Harrison is developing an app to pair with the glasses that uses blockchain to create a social community where people can utilize tokens, buy and sell NFTS, and engage with people and brands -- all from their eyewear. It's a whole new kind of commerce, and I'm excited to bring you today's conversation with Harrison Gross!Main Takeaways:The Will of the People: Crowdfunding is not just a way to raise capital, it's a proven method to build a community of people who are willing to help your company succeed. Backers from a crowdfunding campaign can become a pool of beta testers and product development focus groups that can help a company get to a MVP much sooner than otherwise possible.Meet the Market: Although the market might not be in place to adopt your original idea, you can always pivot to deliver something that people need right now. But don't let the original idea die — find a new way to introduce that idea that is suitable to how people live and operate right now, the same way Lucyd is doing with blockchain technology, which you can tune in to hear more about!Make it Easy: If you have a product that will solve a problem or make someone's life easier, you might think it will sell itself, but it won't. You have to fully explain how the product works and where they will see improvement in their life through using the product. You also have to train those who sell the product to build education into their sales speak, and every piece of content you create should illustrate how you are making life better, because when the consumer sees that, you make their purchase decision easy.For an in-depth look at this episode, check out the full transcript below. Quotes have been edited for clarity and length.---Up Next in Commerce is brought to you by Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Respond quickly to changing customer needs with flexible Ecommerce connected to marketing, sales, and service. Deliver intelligent commerce experiences your customers can trust, across every channel. Together, we're ready for what's next in commerce. Learn more at salesforce.com/commerce---For a full transcript of this interview, click here.
When a new technology with tremendous potential rolls out, expectations are sky high. It's going to be a magical technology that changes the world, right? If it doesn't take off immediately with consumers, there can be a tendency to overreact, be let down, give up, and move on to the next new thing that's supposed to change the world. But what if the technology is augmented reality and it does, truly, change the way people see the world? Even though everyone isn't walking around every second, using AR, just yet, augmented reality has been making great strides over the last decade. And Peggy Johnson, the CEO of Magic Leap, explains that digital augmentation will be the norm eventually.“There will be a time again where we'll look back and say, ‘Remember when we didn't have digital augmentation in front of our eyes.' Whether that'll be in the form of glasses that we'll wear or contacts maybe at some point, I do believe we will have that kind of capability as a tool to help us just get through our days, do our jobs, and to entertain us. This is the start of it.”The way to combat overreacting when a new technology is not immediately broadly used is to simply realize that it takes time to change the world; in particular, how people see the world. With augmented reality, the complex goal is to seamlessly integrate physical and digital spaces. That's a real challenge. Technological advancement of this magnitude takes patienceents and there are always fits and starts. But it's happening right now.On this episode of IT Visionaries, Peggy shares the state of AR today and where she sees it heading in the future. She also explains how technological advancement has a trajectory that can sometimes be misunderstood. If a technology does not immediately take off with consumers, some mistakenly write it off as a failure. She also discusses the journey trials and tribulations that Magic Leap has been through as a company, including how she's helped the company pivot from a consumer-facing to product one that focuses solely on enterprise applications. Peggy clarifies that this is just part of the process as a powerful technology is often first directed toward consumers, then to enterprise, and then finally cycles back to consumers in a major way. Enjoy the episode!Main TakeawaysIt's Okay to Pivot: Resisting change is like trying to try to stop the seasons. Magic Leap was first more consumer-focused but then pivoted to enterprise. Its initial consumer-facing approach helped to visually clarify what augmented reality could be. Now, there are many enterprise use cases for Magic Leap. Proving Value: For consumers, value is about having great content and then enough of it. For enterprise clients, proving value is also constant. Magic Leaps works with current application vendors of their enterprise clients to help heighten their existing applications with AR. Security and privacy are big concerns for companies that must be addressed too. In the enterprise-lane, the AR device typically needs to be used all day so it has to be very comfortable to wear: smaller, lighter, and not too hot. No one wants overheated employees.Creating Ahead of the Curve: Being out front with new technologies requires a bold mentality. When a company creates products ahead of the curve, they have to make things that have never been made before. A company culture of innovation supported by similarly oriented partners gets great work done.Vendors as Partners: There's no doubt AR is complex and groundbreaking so new products and components need to be built all the time. In this sense, the supply chain is always having to catch up with very speedy tech. Having vendors that are more like partners help to keep the supply chain moving efficiently.IT Visionaries is brought to you by the Salesforce Platform - the #1 cloud platform for digital transformation of every experience. Build connected experiences, empower every employee, and deliver continuous innovation - with the customer at the center of everything you do. Learn more at salesforce.com/platform
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