In this world full of opportunities to become Project Managers, I wonder why only a handful are Project Managers today. 🤔
In this world full of aspirants, having come in contact with thousands of people who aspire to become PMP, I wonder why only a handful are PMP today.🤔
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Speaking of PMP, I have been handling project since 2004 but I never got to the point where I seriously wanted to take the PMP certification. The reason is mainly due to time – in my organisation, it is normal for project managers to handled multiple projects at the same time and some are trained internally in the organisation.
That is until 2013 – 2014, I was in a management meeting and one of the marketing managers who have just joined remarked: “We don’t have project managers in our company”. Suddenly everyone started to look at me considering I was the more “senior” project managers around. Before I open my mouth, the same marketing manager add “We don’t have professional project managers in our company”.
That was the trigger point for me to set aside the excuse of time and went for PMP certification and I proud to say that I am PMP certified project manager since 2015 and encouraged others to take up PMP as well.
Yea Joe, we all need that one streak of motivation and once we have it, we will be PMP in just a couple of months
Hey there, WinningPMPlan! Your article on how to become a PMP was a great read! As someone who has considered taking the PMP exam, I found your insights very helpful and informative.
I appreciated how you emphasized the importance of project management experience in addition to passing the exam. It’s easy to get caught up in the exam itself, but real-world experience is what truly sets apart successful project managers. Your tips on gaining experience through volunteering and networking were especially useful. I also found your explanation of the exam format and the different types of questions very helpful. Knowing what to expect can help ease any nerves or anxiety one might have about taking the exam. Overall, your article provided a great roadmap for anyone looking to become a certified PMP.
Thanks again for sharing your knowledge and experience. Your article has given me a clearer understanding of what it takes to become a PMP and has inspired me to continue pursuing my own project management goals. Keep up the great work!
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