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Category: PM Believer

I am a believer in the power of project management: a PM Believer.

As a professional project manager for nearly twenty years I have witnessed project success drive business results. I have also proven that project management can change lives and help achieve personal transformation. Now I am sharing some practical tips and techniques that you can use to help achieve your own personal goals, live your best life and become a PM Believer.

PM Believer: You Are Here

Executive status briefings are excellent tools for sharing progress and future plans with your most influential project stakeholders. This is my executive status briefing for you, my most important stakeholder.

Click here to read You Are Here and to see a recap of our PM Believer progress to date. Plus I am sharing a preview of what topics will be following soon.

PM Believer: Baby Got Backlog

Focusing on the tasks needed today and being present in the moment are important strategies to help you accomplish your goal. But, this doesn’t mean that you should (or even can) stop thinking about the future. Building a backlog gives you a place to safely store these ideas so they aren’t lost and you can stay focused. What is in your backlog?

Click here to read the bite-sized summary of Baby Got Backlog.

PM Believer: Burning Down Your Goal

We are wired to process visual information much more quickly than written information. This means that using a burndown chart is a very effective way to track our progress versus our plan. At the same time, burndown charts are a great motivation and accountability tool. Are you ready to burn down that goal?

Click here to read the bite-sized summary of burning down your goal.

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