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Thursday, November 19, 2009

Hope and the Project Manager

Hope is important in project management because it helps us keep our commitments, and also helps us put our faith in others . Don’t get me wrong. Hope won’t make you successful; however, hope can guide us to change the unchangeable and gives us courage to do the right things.

Hope gets us ready to fight the good fight. Hope helps us survive the storms that always come. Hope can dispel fear and give us the strength to carry on. To be good project managers (and leaders) we must always realize (and hope) that our best days are ahead of us.

Hope inspires confidence. Hope is contagious. Hope helps us keep commitments.


Anonymous said...

"Hope helps ups keep commitments. "

Too bad it doesn't help us spell and proofread.

ProjectSteps said...

Thank goodness I didn't misspell any words. As far as proofreading...I leave that to others.