3 years ago I started this blog. Here is my first post from 2008:
I am an aspiring project manager.
When I was a kid, I wanted to become a teacher, novelist, professor, copywriter but I never dreamt of becoming a project manager. I had never heard about Project Management. How, I wish I did!
One thing lead to another and I stumbled upon this arena just by chance. I had completed my post graduation in Mass Communication and joined a small IT company in Chicago as a management trainee. While on one hand I got involved with marketing for the company, on the other providing a helping hand to the project side got me curious.
I never looked back again, few presentation and documentation later I switched to the IT department. Currently I work as a business analyst and part of the project management team and have had the opportunity to have some great mentors who trusted and inspired me.
So, why the blog? I have been reading blogs about project management for a while now; it was fascinating to see people sharing their knowledge. I have learnt so much from these blogs, that I am in debt to all these authors (If you see the blog list to your right, you will know what I mean).
However, most of the blogs don't advise you on how you can become a PM. Most of the bloggers are hugely successful Project Managers in their respective fields and sometimes talk about issues that might sound alien to most of us.
This blog, is my commitment to become a PM- to talk about my mistakes, my learning process and blog my journey with dollops of honest writings, scouting for some advises for me and everyone else who would like to be a PM.
The day I wrote this, I didn’t think I would continue it for the next three years. I am glad I did.
I met you in my journey. Thank you for making it so special.
There will be giveaways, so watch this space.
Soma, congrats on your milestone! Your contributions to the project management blog space are much appreciated.
Happy Birthday! Three years old. That's the age of "Why?" As a project manager you probably already have that down pat.
You're an inspiration to the rest of us who aspire to see our blogs grow and become part of the PM fabric.
That was really amazing. Congratulations!
hi @Andy, @ Joel and @Dylan- thank u so much.......
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