I am often asked for book suggestions for product builders (Product Managers, Product Designers, Project Managers, Software Engineers, etc.) about the craft of building products, so here's a list of books that have helped me throughout my career in different
Hi, I'm Sara. I'm a product leader and company builder. I’m also a founding partner and executive leadership coach at The Intentional Organization. I enjoy art, cycling, and cooking. Yoga, too.
Okay, this salad is amazing. When I first watched the Heat episode of the Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat series on Netflix, I was sure that I would make this salad. I then ordered the book, but sadly the recipe isn't
We've been overwhelmed, in the best way, with an abundance of tomatoes and basil from our garden. You know what they say, "When life gives you tomatoes...", so almost every day I've made either a tomato salad, tomato paninis, pesto,
The book, "On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft" by Stephen King has been on my nightstand for the last year, and I finally got around to reading it on my recent summer vacation. What took me so long? This
Lately, we've been making pizza on our grill almost once a week. It's one of our favorite things to make when we have friends over for dinner. A friend asked for our recipe, and I wrote out the following instructions.
Not bad, Berlin. Not bad.
This is another book that I've easily read a handful of times. "High Output Management" by Andy Grove is a must-read for managers and leaders, but it's also a must read for any team member or person interested in how
I once worked for a non-profit that was centered around murals and public art. We commissioned many of the mural programs for the City of Los Angeles. It's where I learned of the importance of public art as social glue.
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