We all have the best of intentions when we start a project and want to please our clients so it’s common to agree to whatever deadline you are given.
It’s easy to assume that you can do everything and walk away with all the money. You’re talented. You got the job. You’re an expert at what you do. What could go wrong?
The list can go on forever because every project is different.
Murphy’s law says:"Anything that can go wrong will go wrong". Without question situations will change and adjustments will have to be made.
As with any task, seeing what needs to be done, how it’s going to be executed and how is going to do it are the steps necessary to achieve a successful conclusion.
Creating a schedule and being reasonable about your abilities and expectations will keep you happy and healthy.
Keep your eye on the big picture so you can tell the difference between a mountain and a molehill and act accordingly.
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