Hello and Welcome to the Product Factory Alumni Blog!

From a flicker of an idea back in June to a professional, ready to deliver product only 13 weeks later, what a tremendous environment we’ve been exposed to.  From collaborating with creative people to enjoying the support of our teammates to learning subtle tips and techniques, the Product Factory has been an enormous incubator and enabler for our ideas, goals and lifestyles!

As we come to the end of Product Factory 6, there has been a tremendous amount of momentum!  The goal of this blog is to capture that momentum and provide a place for all of us to transition to as our course ends. 

Our product creation part is over but our  “revenue part” is just beginning and wouldn’t it be great if we could all continue to have an environment to trade ideas, collaborate and help each other progress.  

If people have contacts in the other Product Factory sessions, they would be invited to join us too.   

There are a lot of ideas floating around for this Alumni Site.  One of the most popular ones is to set up a free tele-call and continue the communication on some sort of regular interval (monthly???).   

Right now, the goal is a modest one… take a couple of days and have some of the bare bones in place! We’ve built some incredible excitement over the last couple of months and hope to continue the existing relationships and build some fantastic new ones.

Look forward to providing more info as the site progresses. 

In the meantime, please stay tuned! 

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7 Responses to “Hello and Welcome to the Product Factory Alumni Blog!”  

  1. 1 Lori Richardson

    This is a great start! The idea of continuing to connect with our PF pals is awesome.

  2. 2 Jean Cannon

    I think this is a GREAT idea – I would love a monthly call so long as it it is early evening EST (US) so I am awake.
    It was fantastic to have the support, encouragement and the DEADLINE to get a book and an workbook written in the short time available.
    My fist book was project managed for me at considerable expense but PF did this job much more cost effectively and really boosted my confidence at the same time

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    Jean Cannon

    Helping business build effective management systems to save money and help the the world

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  3. 3 Kim Dushinski

    LOVE this idea and will do whatever I can to help.

  4. 4 Marcia Merrill

    Great idea-got a Moodle forum all PF alumni can join-in addition to this cool blog http://www.minimastermind.com
    Looking forward to interacting with my fellow PF alumni!
    In Abundance!
    Marcia Merrill
    The Transition Chick
    http://www.eCareerCorner.com

  5. 5 Lee Ann Price

    I’m all over this. Great idea. There’s power in being connected to people that want to make things happen. PF6 products are a testament to that. I’m looking forward to keeping the momentum going and just getting bigger and better.

  6. 6 Lou

    Looking forward to particpating! Thanks for taking the initiative…

    Lou B.

  7. 7 Suzanne

    Kudos to Chris! This is really, really a great idea! Very much looking forward to participating, and helping where I can. Open to any suggestions regarding using MiniMastermind.com to help ProductFactoryAlumni.com reach it’s goals,
    and all of us reach ours! Let’s roll!

    SuZanne Reed

    http://www.YouDesignJewelry.com

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