Author Archives: Hari Patience

A thoroughly subjective and potentially inaccurate extended metaphor about why weddings are Agile but pregnancy is Waterfall

Note – I wrote this 3 days before I went into labour. Read the full post on Medium Advertisements

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Mind the Product 2016 collection

In September 2016 I attended the Mind The Product conference in London. I tweeted throughout the day (sorry to my followers who were massively inundated with every  product related thought that passed through my brain) and afterwards used my favourite … Continue reading

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Things I learned during a year of four hour commutes

Okay, I lie. It was only 9 months. But it was a bloody long 9 months of 4 hours a day on trains, tubes and buses and if I get nothing else out of it, I have read a lot … Continue reading

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Things I learned from running my first Kickstarter campaign

In November of last year I ran my first Kickstarter campaign. I wish I could say it was because I had invented a storage device for the iPhone or an actual working hoverboard, but sadly that level of technological acheivement … Continue reading

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A day at the Newseum

By all rights I should be writing part 2 of the search gospel but instead this week finds me in Washington DC filming and editing videos for one of my brands. I’ve already shot and chopped 5 interviews in the … Continue reading

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Bye bye rel=author – Google removes authorship

So it’s been a while since I’ve written here. Not that there haven’t been things to write about but August was an incredibly busy month for me. Many many projects and not enough hours in the work day. But I … Continue reading

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Fast, Good, Cheap – Pick two

On days like today I like to look at Venn diagrams for the eternal Fast/Good/Cheap paradox. And then I cry.

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