We used to throw the term MVP (minimum viable product) around a lot during my time in the tech industry.
No, it doesn’t mean most valuable player. But yes, you could very well turn into an MVP of life if you read on.
We used to come up with MVP products all the time. Most times our digital skills courses were simply a hodgepodge of cookie-cutter subjects, which were then culled and filled as new needs arose.
But the power of MVP isn’t just confined to tech or business. It applies to everyday life as well. So let’s explore how this technical (and boring-sounding) jargon can improve your daily decisions.Continue reading