In this episode, I sit down with Project Manager Natalie Gingrich whose business journey really took off when she became a Chief Of Staff in a Fortune 150 company. Natalie gives insight into the project management side of small businesses including how to prioritize your objectives that piggyback off one another, the maximum number of projects you should have going at one time no matter how big or how small, and the unrealized truth about setting hard deadlines for projects.
We also discuss Natalie’s controversial theory on multitasking, the importance of scheduling project milestones, and what you could do to alleviate stress and get back in the jam of what you love doing.
This was an awesome discussion with Natalie I hope you enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!
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About The Guest:
Natalie Gingrich is a quintessential, Type A leader who thoroughly enjoys helping her entrepreneurial peers move their businesses into action with her love of project management. After 15 years in a Fortune 150 company, she uses her tremendous drive, education, and professional experience to serve those in a space known for creative and visionary thinkers. She combines her passion for people, with simplified processes and practical, project management to create authentic movement in business. As a mother of two and a native of Texas, her heart is big and eager to serve. Natalie works to manage your people and processes so you can get back to managing your vision!
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