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Women at Halftime Podcast

May 11, 2021

There’s actually no big secret as to the ability to finish projects. Though size, budget, interest and organization are usually factors that contribute to the process. However, there are other components that may be involved as well.

It’s interesting that the La Sagrada Familia*, Antoni Gaudi’s monumental Catholic Church in Barcelona, has been a work in progress since 1882. Changing the design, world events and even unexpected destruction can interrupt even the best-laid plans, such as what happened with Gaudi’s work. Your plans won’t be as grand as an ornate church in Spain, but it may feel like you don’t have the time or energy to really complete many of your ideas.

To finish projects takes a good plan, discipline and commitment to follow through all the way to the end. I call this process pushing a project out the door. (see article on Life Goals) It’s not over until it’s completely done. If you have projects that are still undone that you’d like to finish, you may need to carve out time to focus on doing so. Here we will cover how to turn unfinished projects to finished projects with a strong purpose, workable plan, consistency, getting help and finally, deciding that it’s done. Full article here: