How to find clarity in your projects by asking questions
Read the full interview on Flow. (Hint: it involves asking the right questions)
The start of a project is often the most exciting part, as everyone is filled with enthusiasm imagining the possibilities.
It is also the most crucial moment, because that is when goals and parameters are set. Doing this part well can save a lot of trouble down the road, while muddle at the start usually leads to bigger problems.
I was recently asked about how I achieve and maintain clarity in my projects. Here are my answers, published in a piece on Flow. (Hint: it involves asking the right questions)
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