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The aim of the article is to discuss how we can apply project management techniques and principles to create a personal roadmap while incorporating the notions of happiness and success as primary targets in all areas of our lives.

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Few people are ever handed a job simply from submitting their resume. At some point in life, we are all faced with the prospect of being interviewed for a job. Believe it or not, the interview process can make or break an individual's chances of getting the job of their dreams, or the job they need to secure their finances.

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In times of crisis, like the current worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, certain key transferable skills have been identified to help new job seekers and other professionals plan their next move. This may include changing companies and industries.

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These days, being a project manager is a completely different animal, isn’t it? Although tech-savvy and writing skills are required, they take time to implement with finesse. However, all six of these writing skills will help project managers produce better results for their clients and make tons of lucrative professional connections. Related: How To Manage Without Being Mean (Is It Possible To Not Be Pushy?) As you’ll see, these six writing skills pretty much cover the entire gambit, without actually sounding like an English or copywriting course. I'm going to stress this a few times: it’s about all personal relationships. Reaching your contractors and talking to them on their level increases the value of their work, their responses to criticism and deadlines, and it helps increase retention. Alright, let’s get to it.

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