Vinish Garg - Issue #3 [Products]

In response to my last email earlier this week, I got a few emails where readers wanted to see separa
Vinish Garg - Issue #3 [Products]
By Vinish Garg • Issue #19
In response to my last email earlier this week, I got a few emails where readers wanted to see separate emails for content and products. I was already planning to curate separate reading lists (considering the number of links in the post too) and the readers’ requests has helped me here.

Readings: Products
The intersection between technology obsession, work-life balance, and challenging assumptions in order to change behavior. Nir Eyal, David Burkus
Fishing for a compliment in your customer feedback surveys may boost positivity about your brand and shape consumer behavior.
After surveying more than 1,000 software executives about their SaaS pricing habits, we’ve uncovered some alarming gaps. View the results here.
Tomasz Tunguz is a venture capitalist at Redpoint and writes about startups, fund raising, SaaS companies, and best practices for founders.
A comprehensive guide to over 40 growth hacking resources, including books, courses, conferences, agencies, podcasts, and newsletters.
There was an article in the Sunday Review of the NYTimes around education reform.  The gist of the article is that in order to fix schools, start with the Principal.
I love it when companies quickly get into a market, start delivering a product or service, and then, over time iterate on their products and services to expand the market and their share of it. 
Front CEO Mathilde Collin shares how her team uses data to plan their product roadmap—and business. Get advice and examples on planning a product roadmap.
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