Don’t confuse Customer Requirements with Product Requirements

Customer Requirements

Product Requirements

Conclusion

Listen to your customers problems. Listen even if they talk to you in terms of solutions — just in order to better understand their problems. But since you’ve got their problem, stop listen to them. Stop listen about what the solution should be and how to implement it. Because you know this stuff better.

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