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You cannot get into shape by working out 9 hours a day

Great article. It is all about consistency and grit.

Quality of education

I found this discussion on quality of education at XIME very useful, hence sharing it.

Risk response Vs contingency

The actions we take proactively to reduce the probability or impact or both comes under risk response planning. For example - Building an earth quake resistant building in an earthquake prone area is part of risk response planning. The actions we do, when the risk really happens fall under risk contingency actions. Here is one... …

An Engineer’s Bill of Rights (and Responsibilities)

Whether in the office or at home, I do not like others to dictate work to me. I may do it but not with full commitment. While being so, I cannot expect absolute freedom while working in projects. Joint work decisions / understanding matching the project milestones based on self respect and mutual respect is …

A risk register for PMP Prep project

Choosing the trainer  Choose the best trainers who can explain the concepts from a practitioner's perspective with real life examples. This will make the training (understanding 756 pages of PMBOK version 6) interesting and easy to recollect. Good trainers can make the preparation easier and interesting. The structure of the training is very important. If …

Take the first step to PMP

Online PMdistilled PMP preparatory course Contents How to prepare A quick overview of the examination process Quick introduction to PMBOK V6 The processes in detail Initiation Develop project charter Identify stakeholders Planning Develop project management plan Plan scope management Collect requirements Define scope Create WBS Plan schedule management Define activities Sequence activities Estimate activity durations …

Pmdistilled PMP Work book

Communication skills

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Very true

I always assumed that if something is easy for me, it must be easy for others as well. This article throws more light into it. Check out @HarvardBiz’s Tweet: