So what happens in that situation, in that situation, they mightt’ve, or put money into that project, but you know what, they’re not going to get that money out because things are partially done. It actually brings a risk in there because you don’t know if they did things, didn’t do things. And the things that they did do, did they do it right And then there’s always the question. Why did they bail on it And should I be concerned about that so these are just very practical, real life examples that we can look around, whether it’s in our craft closet, right Whether it’s a home project that we started, I have been in houses do where they started painting and gave up. So you’ve got like two-tone walls. I mean, it’s not too, it’s not to condemn anybody or make anybody feel like, oh my gosh, I’m such a failure.
I didn’t finish it. Not it all. It’s really just a point to say, wow, you know what This is really important. And, and sometimes I don’t feel like finishing a project. So I want to spend the rest of this time to tell you some practical ways that, I’ve learned to apply in my life that may help you to become a finisher.
All right. First of all, I make myself accountable to people, in one of the best ways for me to do that is if I’m working on a project, I’ll actually build a project plan and I will schedule meetings with people involved. So that before that meeting each week, I am like, I don’t want to open that meeting to be like the, you know, the person being mocked, right. That they couldn’t finish it. So it just helps me if I set those meetings and I have the other people involved, I’m accountable to them.