This week has been a monumental one. 100 PM.Project issues in the books. Writing my project management newsletter has helped my personal and professional development so much.
Here are the five things that I have learned during the process.
I Love Teaching Project Management
It is just in my genes. I love teaching and helping people. Writing PM.Project provided me with the opportunity to accomplish this. Every week, I have reached out and taught my subscribers project management.
I Can Come Up With New Ideas
100 new ideas at that. It hard getting to 100 newsletters. I have seen it myself. I have subscribed to mainstream influencers who have stopped due to burnout or their companies collapsing. I have stayed the course and delivered 100 issues of PM.Project
People Actually Care and Want to Learn Project Management
I am grateful at my open rates every time I release a new issue. I am like ‘people actually care’. This is a huge confidence booster because when I first started, I just wanted to help people. I greatly appreciate all of my subscribers.
Writing Has Made Me a Better Project Manager
90% of a project manager’s job is communication. Writing is a form of communication. Writing 100 PM.Project newsletters has strengthened my project management communication skills.
Writing Has Given Me Transferable Skills to Expand in Other Areas
PM.Project has accelerated my personal and professional development. Never in 1 million years did I think when I opened up my HP laptop and typed my very first PM.Project issue, that I would increase my visibility, land paid project management webinars, and Project Management Institute LinkedIn connections.
Personally, writing 100 PM.Project issues has strengthened my endurance and tenacity. No matter what is going on in my life, I can still deliver PM.Project every single Monday at 12pm EST.
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