How to avoid being slowed down by resistance to change.
"She believed she could, so she did.” - R. S. Grey
Successfully bringing a project to fruition often means overcoming resistance and helping your team to see things in a different light. It means not giving up when facing doubt. Uncertainty is normal in a project and will help you pinpoint the challenges which you must rise above.
I sincerely believe that one success factor in project management is not being stopped in one’s tracks by remarks such as “Sounds nice in theory, but it won’t work in practice” or “I agree with the idea but it’s impracticable”.
If we listen to such opinions, our progress will either be minimal, or we will simply go nowhere.
If we believe, and if we try, the worst that can happen is that we come close to the goal, despite