Is It Time to Adopt a Simpler Approach to Your Projects?

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We all do projects — it’s how we achieve goals, and move our lives and businesses forward. The more successful we are at doing those projects, the more successful we are in life. 

There are as many ways to do projects as there are people — we are all wired just a little bit differently. Add to this, every project presents its own unique challenges, often requiring different approaches. But this uniqueness can come at a cost — which means inconsistent results. 

Mastering a simple process for doing projects so you always have the basics covered can help you get better results faster with less effort — and that is what becoming a Cheetah Certified Project Manager is all about. 

Watch this short video to learn what standardizing on a simple project management process can do for your life.

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About Michelle LaBrosse

Michelle LaBrosse, CCPM, PMP, PMI-ACP, RYT, is an entrepreneurial powerhouse with a penchant for making success easy, fun, and fast She is the founder of Cheetah Learning, the author of the Cheetah Success Series, and a prolific blogger whose mission is to bring Project Management (PM) to the masses. Cheetah Learning is a virtual company with 100 employees, contractors, and licensees worldwide. To date, more than 50,000 people have become “Cheetahs” using Cheetah Learning’s innovative PM and accelerated learning techniques. Michelle also developed the Cheetah Certified Project Manager (CCPM) program based on Myers-Briggs Type Indicator personality profiling to help students master how to use their unique strengths for learning, doing projects, and negotiating. Michelle is recognized by the Project Management Institute as one of the 25 Most Influential Women in Project Management in the world. For more information, visit To read my business-oriented blogs, please visit Cheetah Learning Blog at,, and read my columns here in ISE magazine at