Eps 8-15


Prompt: Write a 2 minute podcast script for the fictional podcast series, “The Case of the Missing Clues: A Fictional Mystery Series” with Detective Sarah Smith and her partner, Detective Jack Chen and a host. 

Tool: ChatSonic

Limit: daily 25 question limit for free (each prompt would be 2 requests)


Prompt: dark, eery headshot of detective Sarah smith and her partner, Detective Jack Chen of, “The Case of the Missing Clues: A Fictional Mystery Series” podcast

Tool: Dall-E 2



Tool: Genny.lovo.io

Limits: 20 min. You can put just text to voice. I thought you had to record your voice and then filter with AI but you can use the paste box to then get a voice. Great UI. I like that you can choose from your most used/favorites directly on the edit screen (vs the app for 1-7 you have to open a separate window, and then close it). Voices not as “roboty” as eps 1-7. Episode 10 starts the series where the episode seem to be a talk show. This was definitely not the intention.

Host: Austin

Jack: Tim

Sarah: Jemima


Prompt: Scary, 5 min; reused track for all eps

Tool: Soundraw, must pay for full month or year

Exercise: product features in current apps (good advice from a PM)

I took a LinkedIn learning course on PM 101 and something they said was to write out features that you would build if you were working on certain apps. I loved this idea and was moving forward with finding an app to explore this exercise. I was thinking about what cool features an app would have.

Last week I meet with one of the PMs at work, someone who I feel I have a good relationship with. I shared with them that I’m interested in PMing (they were VERY supportive!) and that I want to start “practicing” some of the skills of produce management. I mentioned this course and they challenged me right away, which I so appreciate.

They said, exercises like this are beneficial only if you are focusing on the business goals. What’s the business model of the app? What problems are they trying to solve? What’s a feature that would fit into those goals?

This was helpful for me as I need to make sure I always focus on the business needs and problems they are solving for.