- I worry something will fall through the cracks
- I worry actions are open and not being taken care of
- I worry we don’t know what we don’t know
- I worry we may not make our commitment dates
- I worry we haven’t addressed all of the risks
All of these anxieties force me to make lists, double check work and constantly think about the program activities. Then I act on these items and ensure they get done. So in a way, my anxiety forces action which usually means a higher probability of delivering the projects I am on.
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