At the beginning of a new year, many of us think about new projects we want to pursue before the calendar flips 12 months later—so I wanted to talk to someone who can help us make those projects happen more efficiently than they might otherwise. Kate Hutcheson, project manager and virtual assistant, is here to tell you how planning can be your friend rather than your creative enemy, with insights into how and why things work better with a plan—and the good news that your plan doesn’t have to be written in stone.
We also talked about how our perceptions of our creative abilities can be skewed, how guilt gets in our way, and even how tough it can be to claim the word “creative” for ourselves in the first place. I think you’ll find a lot to chew on in this conversation with Kate Hutcheson.
What I see tripping people up is the emotional stuff that goes along with the plan not going how you expected it to go. And here’s the thing: the plan never goes how you expect it to go.Kate Hutcheson
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