Trying to Product

Trying to Product

Being a product manager is hard, and we are all learning along the way.
In this podcast, we talk about the ups and downs of product management through conversations on a variety of topics within the field.
It’s not always straightforward, but we’re here to figure it out together.

Brought to you by your friendly neighborhood product managers Parv and Alex. Learn more about us on the About page.

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Recent Episodes

Diving into Popular Questions about Product Managers

Oct. 11, 2022

Diving into Popular Questions about Product Managers In today's episode, Parv and Alex walk you through some of the most popular questions about PMs that come up from you, their audience, interview panels, and in general con…

Why You Shouldn't Be a Product Manager

Oct. 4, 2022

Why You Shouldn't Be a Product Manager In today's episode, Alex and Parv cast some light on why you might want to stay clear of being a Product Manager. Product management is filled with pros and so much fun, but today they …

Burnout and Product Management

Sept. 27, 2022

Burnout and Product Management As human beings, we can only handle so much. At times issues accumulate in our workplaces that lead to burnout. It could be prolonged working hours, lack of resources or support, and loneliness…

Staying Motivated as a Product Manager

Sept. 20, 2022

Staying Motivated as a Product Manager As a product manager, you can feel overwhelmed by the endless deluge of information, products, and technology that drives the business world. You could flip through so many different we…

Your Product Manager Superpower

Sept. 13, 2022

Your Product Manager Superpower In this episode, Parv and Alex discuss how to find your superpower as a PM. Every PM has specific attributes that kind of mesh together to give them a sense of the PM product. This time, Parv …

How to Pivot Industries as a Product Manager

Sept. 6, 2022

How to Pivot Industries as a Product Manager Everything is moving so quickly these days, and industries are constantly disrupted by startups. With this comes the feeling of ‘you'll never learn everything’. Fortunately, part …