Projects and ideas come and go. In the moments when they are being engaged with, sometimes they are regarded as make or break endeavours. So much angst is invested in concern about whether things will go according to plan, or not.
Years later, opportunities arise to reflect about what happened, with colleagues who participated in those processes. In many cases, we can barely remember any details at all. What was all the fuss about?
If a project is handled with care, the handlers should derive personal benefits, because the psychological investment is adding value to their souls. Perhaps this a roundabout way of saying that practice makes perfect.
Associations and personal conduct are more important than many people realise. Compatibility is a contributory factor to productivity, but integrity and taking pride in one’s skills and talents should never be underestimated.
Motivation is a key element in team work.