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Part 1: Identification and Methodology

Updated: Feb 20, 2022

Identification and Methodology

Identify the project

Compile the information so you know the techniques required and the parameters or scope of the project. Take notes and refer to them, update the notes when the project is completed. This will help you in the future. This may seem simplistic but take some time to think about what information you need to know before you proceed.


So many important things are overlooked if you jump in with both feet because, “you don’t know what you don’t know”. When doing any project, there’ll be obstacles that you don’t expect. This will always cost you time, money, and frustration. You will have failures when doing anything for the first time. Don’t beat yourself up when you fail, and things didn’t work out the way you wanted. Be thankful for the opportunity to fail because it’s the best way to learn anything. If you’re not failing, you’re not learning.

Take the time to reflect on the things that you’ve learned. When your project is completed, update your notes to show the improvements to the procedures.

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