Failures get more visibility than sucessses
I saw this comic this morning. The text reads: "Do a million things right and no one notices, do one thing wrong and it gets cc'ed all over the office."
Why does failure get more attention than success?
As much as we should learn from our failures, it's also important to learn from our successes. What went right? Why? How can we replicate it in the next projects?
It feels strange to think about successes that way, but knowing the recipe to your success ensures you can succeed consistently.
Daniel Raymond, a project manager with over 20 years of experience, is the founder of a successful software company called Websystems. With a strong background in managing complex projects, he applied his expertise to develop AceProject.com
, innovative project management tools designed to streamline processes and improve productivity. Throughout his career, Daniel has consistently demonstrated a commitment to excellence and a passion for empowering teams to achieve their goals.
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