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Buona sera Valeria,
Great points on thinking in terms of the team. Although I have various skillsets, I have to remind myself of the following: What are my core competencies now? What are those of the people I know and partner with? How can I leverage the two to do better work or offer a better service? With this in mind, what kind of role/position do I want to grow into? I want to be an excellent project manager in all my undertakings.

I like strategic pruning in a timely fashion. It feels so good to the psyche to consciously say 'no' with intent based on insight and understanding. It's so much healthier than a passive acceptance that 'things didn't work out' because 'I got busy' or some other excuse.

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