EP 018 | Project Horror Stories with Kimberley Seldon
July 24, 2017
About this Episode
No matter how talented you are, how dedicated you’ve been to the project, or how thoroughly you’ve managed clients and trades, mistakes can and will happen. If you have a project horror story, you’re not alone. Avoiding the most common traps can save you hours of grief.
In this episode we learn:
– ten most common ways to create your own project horror story
You are not alone. No matter what challenges you are facing—those you’ve created or those you’ve inherited thanks to clients or trades—our community has been there and done that.
Sharing your worst moments, as Kimberley does in this podcast, can sometimes liberate you to make better choices in the future.
Volume 1: Have the Professional Life You’ve Always Wanted. Start at the very beginning and make sure you have a solid foundation to run your business from.
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