A Day in the Life of a Product Manager, as told through memes

That’s it. That’s the whole tweet.

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The “mini-CEO”
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Onboarding
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Deciding next steps when the A/B test results contradict themselves
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Launching a new feature instead of addressing tech debt
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Trying to interpret data from someone sharing their screen
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Reading feedback from execs saying why your very thoroughly thought out proposal won’t work
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Whiteboarding your ideas
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Telling engineering what the deadline to ship is
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Reading Zendesk tickets from a user who just doesn’t understand how the feature works
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Responding to any and everyone
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Getting ghosted by a recruiter
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Launching a feature that breaks a completely different part of the product
Impostor syndrome
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Listening to a report that a flashy feature didn’t work after having the user research that it wasn't going to work
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Hitting product-market fit
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Emerging from an agile sprint
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Seeing LinkedIn messages for a referral
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Receiving a feature request when the engineering is halfway done
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Meetings. So many meetings.
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Working through catered lunch
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Saying goodbye to the unpaid intern
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Trying to read through applicants’ resumes
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Remembering a SQL query you left running
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Somebody should fix that

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