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How to keep going when the project gets all tangled up

People tell us that good planning will lead to project success but that's a lie. Good planning can keep your friends on your side when the project is completely messed up. Good planning can help you track where things went off the rails. Good planning can lessen your guilt, but wait, maybe we have nothing to feel bad about... 

Psychology Today: Big Projects, Big Mood Swings, 2016-Jun-30 by Jim Stone

In general people feel far too much shame when one of their projects fails due to unforeseen complications. It happens to nearly everyone who bothers to take on large projects at all. And no one is so smart they can anticipate all complications from the outset of a project. Perhaps just knowing this will help you set aside that all-too-natural irrational shame that comes with a failed project, and you can get moving on to even greener pastures.

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