This is the third in a series of four articles on why projects ‘stall’.
Sometimes there are a few key stakeholders who don’t seem to care much for the idea. They can be family members, close friends or work colleagues – in each case you value their opinion and in this case they don’t give you ‘enough’ support for the great idea you have had. Not enough RESPECT.
They may not oppose the idea, it’s just that they do not wholeheartedly support it, or if they actually do, they haven’t told you!
You get discouraged, and maybe you feel like abandoning the project altogether? After all, if you’re the only one who cares – why bother?
This will naturally lead to a failed project, a situation that will not serve any of the Stakeholders. As such, it is to be avoided of possible.
The good news is it can be, and our members will be able to read how.
Have you felt like throwing in the towel on a project? Under what circumstances?