Wow, what happened to 2017? It seems just the other day that we started 2017, now it’s all gone.
How was 2017 for you? For some it was a disaster, many were disappointed, most it was ok, and a few had a terrific 2017.
What will 2018 bring for you?
I’m sure most of you have had a hectic few weeks, rushing to finish off the last work for the year, then Christmas, parties, time with friends and family, the New Year, now it’s back to work!
Have you had any time for yourself?
Before you know it you’ll be well into 2018, then all too soon you’ll be starting 2019. Pause for a few minutes. Take some time out. Take a deep breath. Make some time for you.
Consider these thoughts before 2018 swamps you.
Don’t look back on 2018 with regrets. Take some time out to plan 2018, then remember to make time during 2018 to measure progress of your plan. Don’t let the trials and tribulations of 2018 drown your good intentions and your aspirations.
What will you do to make 2018 successful?
Wishing you a happy and successful 2018.
Thank you to all my readers for your support in 2017. You made 2017 a great year for me.
This article is adapted from information in the author’s popular books: 'Successful Construction Project Management: The Practical Guide' and 'Building a Successful Construction Company: The Practical Guide' and 'Construction Project Management: Tips and Insights'
'Construction Claims: A Short Guide for Contractors' is another of Paul's useful books.
Paul has recently published 'Construction Management: From Project Concept to completion'.
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