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If you could go back in time and visit your younger self, what advice would you give yourself regarding being a PM?
If you could go back in time and visit your younger self, what advice would you give yourself regarding being a PM; would you try to steer yourself away from an experience or steer yourself towards one?

This answers to this question, whether it be humorous or serious, often provides insight for others as they travel this path.
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You must learn how to run faster thatn your stakeholders when things go wrong.
Only three things:
1. Active Listening.
2. Problem Solving.
3. Proactiveness.
Only 3 Things:
1. Active Listening.
2. Problem Solving.
3. Proactiveness.
Don’t worry about the grey hair moments, they make you stronger.
Three things:
1. Don't take on more than you can feasibly handle
2. Ask for help sooner than later
3. Right-size communication - over-communication means those who you need the most won't read it because it's too much to consume.
1) Go toward an experience, don’t focus on the salary or the work condition. Focus on the experience you are getting.
2) focus on what matters, don’t be foolish by the not-related “good-looking” opportunities build 3) relationships, the relations will last.
4) read a lot more books. More, more, more and more of reading will make you amazing
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