Wednesday, March 14, 2007

So it begins...

Started my prep from today by seriously thinking about PMP for few mins.

Well, I thought this is a better way to phrase it instead of saying that I did not do anything for my PMP prep today.

I went thru the learnings shared by some people who have cleared the PMP recently. Quite intense.

Not able to think coherent now.

All I have decided today is to spend at least 2 hrs a day daily and 4 hrs on weekends. I think that's more than sufficient.

9 comments:

OVER-the-TOP said...

Good Start...but your interests might pull you..be careful...common is we might not stick to what we plan...so have to sacrifice many things i suppose...Let me be the first to wish..All the best

Seenivasan said...

Thanks Ramesh

I will try my best to stick with my plans.

Sarangan Rajamanickam said...

You have pushed yourself to prepare for PMP atleast to post the status update in this blog. Really good technique.

A few months back, I have attended a CAT prep session. The guy told us, Before you start the prep tell as many persons possible that you are preparing. So, even you miss out some schedules, they will be watching you and questioning you. You will be forced to prepare.

I think the same technique will work here....

All the Best.

Seenivasan said...

Thanks Sarang.

praveen said...

Thanks for your comments on my blog seeni...

I appreciate that you felt like reading S.Ra...

This is one of mykind of writing, scribbling may be :). I wish you read my another blog www.hariharaputhran.blogspot.com
where you can find a different reading experience.

By the way...Best wishes for your becoming PMP

Seenivasan said...

Praveen - I did check yours. Read the post on Rajni. Will read the others too.

Thanks for Your wishes.

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