While I love the energy and potential a new year represents, I’ll be honest and say that I’m not really into New Years resolutions.
I AM big into planning, and setting goals – but the whole concept of new year resolutions just has such a bad reputation for big bold goals the one minute, then seem to be broken within a couple of weeks, so I just kinda avoid the whole thing!
But here’s a little challenge I have taken to the idea of.
Firstly because it really makes us think.
And secondly because it ISN’T associated with just one promise.
Watch this week’s video to see what I’m talking about and my intention I’ve set for the year ahead.
How do you feel when you put time, effort and energy into something, only to be rewarded with…
a disappointing outcome.
If you’re anything like me, then there’s certainly those feelings of disappointment and deflation at not getting the reward you were after. But I also think there’s a couple of other things at play here too.
Watch this week’s video to discover what they are.
If you’ve ever felt exasperated by how long some projects, assignments, reports or essays seem to take your teen because they’re continuously going back, changing, tweaking or even worse- re-doing whole chunks of a project or assignment – then definitely listen in.
Editing and proof reading are definitely vital parts of a high quality project or assignment. But, they shouldn’t be THIS big a part of the whole activity.
‘Flipping the Project Pyramid’ is the solution to minimising the amount of repeated or wasted work and in this video I explain what that means and how it works.