I’m hearing more and more about a very simple but challenging problem. It might sound familiar.
You’re an individual contributor at your company. You picked up a copy of Continuous Discovery Habits and loved it. You want to start working this way. But how do you convince your teammates, your stakeholders, and your leaders?
You’ve tried sharing the book. But who has time to read a book? You’ve tried sharing blog posts, but most go unread. You need a quick and easy way to share a simple idea to get people excited about the next step in your continuous discovery journey.
I’m happy to announce I’ve got you covered. For the past few weeks, I’ve been experimenting with daily, short-form videos—think less than one minute long. These are bite-sized nuggets designed to help you spread the love for continuous discovery.
I’ve been experimenting with daily, short-form videos—think less than one minute long. These are bite-sized nuggets designed to help you spread the love for continuous discovery. – Tweet This
Do you want to convince your team to start working on your first opportunity solution tree? The following short video introduces the idea:
And you can find many more short videos about the opportunity solution tree here.
Or maybe you are still working on building collaborative relationships with your coworkers? Try this video:
Does your team over rely on A/B testing or whole idea prototyping? This video might help:
You can find these videos and much more here.
And this is just the start. I’m creating one new video each weekday. There are several ways you can follow along. I’m posting each day’s video to the following social media accounts: Twitter | LinkedIn | TikTok | YouTube
If you don’t want to rely on a social media algorithm to surface each day’s video, I also started a Substack called Product Talk Daily. In this daily email, I share one short-form video, a quote from a Product Talk article, a worthy read from around the web, and an easy way to keep investing in your discovery habits.
In my Product Talk Daily email, I share one short-form video, a quote from a Product Talk article, a worthy read from around the web, and an easy way to keep investing in your discovery habits. – Tweet This
If you want a daily dose of inspiration, be sure to subscribe. These emails are designed to be forwarded and shared. So when something resonates, be sure to pass it along.
This has been a fun creative outlet for me. I’m still new to this format and I’ll continue to experiment and learn as I go. If you have feedback for me, I’d love to hear it. But if it’s about eye contact, please read this first.