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LIFE lessons leaerned as a PM at NASA - Part 3
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These are sort of "project lessons learned" but it's how the project changed my life, or ho w I see things. I'm a different person than I would have been if I didn't "grow up at NASA" I bet all of us are changed by our jobs. All of us have LIFE lessons learned from being a PM. This starts my list. I hope you enjoy it.

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"Notice the small things. The rewards are inversely proportional."
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Thank you David
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Thank you David
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Thank you for sharing, David.
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Than you guys! It sounds like such a silly story. A few weeks spent finding a bent pin. But the problem was important and we didn't give up on it. You just never know.... the smallest thing can cause a lot of trouble for your project, but you can't give up because it's hard to find. That lesson stuck with me.
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Some more good reading. Thank you David
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Thank you David,

Great lessons learned and valuable insights for continuous improvement !
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Than you Roch!

I'm typing on another "Life Lesson" This one is tricky. It deals with group of experts, all with great experience and education trying to work together as a team. I'm stuck and taking a break....

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