EP 234 | State of the Industry with Kimberley Seldon and Cheryl Horne
August 10, 2021
Are you feeling overwhelmed? Do you feel like projects are simply unpredictable even when you stick to process? You are not alone. In this episode, Kimberley and Cheryl discuss the state of the industry and some common themes they’re hearing from BOD™ members. Kimberley shares her own experience and frustration from her active projects.
In this episode we learn:
- what industry changes are impacting process and project timelines
- to remember the basics; when a project issue arises, consider where you may have deviated from process
- that sticking to the STEPs is easier when you are continually refreshing and reminding yourself of your process
- to consider the project and client issues that can be resolved with a higher hourly rate
You are not alone. Things are different out there and the bottom line is, you need to stay in process.
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