How many of you over the course of your professional lives have ever worked on a project where it wasn't particularly clear what the finish line looked like? πŸ™‹πŸ» This malady is everywhere – including in your own business.

Project Scoping isn't "telling people what to do" (which I know you're slightly sick of). It's "painting a picture of what Done looks like" so the folks doing the work know what to build and deliver to you. It's about being transparent with the constraints and desires you have about what the finished project should look like.

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