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Quick feedback loops

Learning happens through feedback loops. We implement something and observe the consequences, learn from what we observe and then iterate incorporating our learnings to better the consequences.

When the feedback loops are quick, then the learning will be just as quick. In addition, the human tendency is to double down more on things that we see as returning results.

In Product Management, we shorten the feedback loops by identifying minimum viable versions of the product or feature to be released and building just that.

Similarly while building new habits or changing our behaviour, we ought to find ways to shorten the feedback loops and make use of the positive reinforcement that comes with it.

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