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I have just published my first book - How to Plan Small Projects. I thought I'd create a Book Trailer to tell people about it. I ended up making two trailers: one about what's in the book (this ...

I have just published my first book - How to Plan Small Projects. I thought I'd create a Book Trailer to tell people about it. I ended up making two trailers: one about what's in the book (this one), and one about what the book is for (the other one).
...Geoff
(www.performancepeople.com.au)

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Book Trailer - How to Plan Small Projects ('the content') Presentation Transcript

  • 1. A Book Trailer
    (The SlideShare Way)
  • 2. Are you responsible for getting something done?
  • 3. Set up a hydro organic wheat
    Promote a business
    Build a garden shed
    Plan a 21st birthday party
    Go on a camping holiday
    Install new computer software
    Fit out a home office
    Frame a painting
    Record a music cd
    Write a piece of software
    Develop a business website
    Tour your hometown
    Set up a bed & breakfast
    Go backpacking in Tibet
    Landscape a new garden
    Write an iPhone™ application
    Facilitate a public meeting
    Move out of home
    Write a Facebook™ ad campaign
    Become an investment banker
    Set up an online retail outlet
    Invest in a new franchise
    Build doll’s houses
    Have Christmas at your house
    Fence your property
    Setup a lemonade stall
    Create an eBay™ business
    Go to university (in a new city)
    Buy a new car
    Go on a camping trip
    Paint your house (inside & out)
    Hold a dinner party
    Organise a school camp
    Sell your old car on the Internet
    Launch a new clothing range
    Build a pergola
    Install solar panels
    Sell jewellery on the ???
    Such as…
  • 4. Image c/o HamedSaber, at flickr.com
    Image c/o dullhunk, at flickr.com
    Image c/o DeusXFlorida, at flickr.com
  • 5. Are you responsible for getting something done?
    Something that is so complex, important or expensive that you cannot afford to do it ‘by the seat of your pants’?
  • 6. Image c/o epSos.de, at flickr.com
    Image c/o TiagøRibeiro, at flickr.com
    Image c/o Capture Queen, at flickr.com
  • 7. Are you responsible for getting something done?
    Something that is so complex, important or expensive that you cannot afford to do it ‘by the seat of your pants’?
    If so, you have a project, and it needs to be planned.
  • 8. Image c/o Photos8, at flickr.com
    Image c/o moriza, at flickr.com
    Image c/o to01, at flickr.com
    Image c/o thomcochrane, at flickr.com
  • 9. This book will help you to answer the BIG project management questions:
  • 10. 1. What to call the project?
  • 11. 1. What to call the project?
    2. What do I want to achieve?
  • 12. 1. What to call the project?
    2. What do I want to achieve?
    3. Why am I doing this?
  • 13. 1. What to call the project?
    2. What do I want to achieve?
    3. Why am I doing this?
    4. Who am I doing it for?
  • 14. 1. What to call the project?
    2. What do I want to achieve?
    3. Why am I doing this?
    4. Who am I doing it for?
    5. How am I going to start?
  • 15. 1. What to call the project?
    2. What do I want to achieve?
    3. Why am I doing this?
    4. Who am I doing it for?
    6. What will I do along the way?
    5. How am I going to start?
  • 16. 1. What to call the project?
    2. What do I want to achieve?
    3. Why am I doing this?
    7. How am I going to finish?
    4. Who am I doing it for?
    6. What will I do along the way?
    5. How am I going to start?
  • 17. 1. What to call the project?
    2. What do I want to achieve?
    8. Who else will be doing the project?
    3. Why am I doing this?
    7. How am I going to finish?
    4. Who am I doing it for?
    6. What will I do along the way?
    5. How am I going to start?
  • 18. 1. What to call the project?
    9. What should the project cost?
    2. What do I want to achieve?
    8. Who else will be doing the project?
    3. Why am I doing this?
    7. How am I going to finish?
    4. Who am I doing it for?
    6. What will I do along the way?
    5. How am I going to start?
  • 19. 10. How soon do I need to/expect to finish?
    1. What to call the project?
    9. What should the project cost?
    2. What do I want to achieve?
    8. Who else will be doing the project?
    3. Why am I doing this?
    7. How am I going to finish?
    4. Who am I doing it for?
    6. What will I do along the way?
    5. How am I going to start?
  • 20.  
    If you need to answer these questions…
  • 21.  
    Dive in and get started – your project wont wait!
  • 22. Click here or click on the book to buy it at Lulu!
    ISBN 978-0-9808631-0-9
    www.performancepeople.com.au