The Five Golden Rules Rule Five 1
A good project manager learns how to delegate tasks and motivates their team to do them well.
There are two types of helpers: the ones that you pay and the ones who are volunteered. Your unpaid helpers include people like your parents, cousins, brothers, sisters, close friends and so on. Your paid help includes wedding photographers like us, the florists, DJ and etc.
Although there is truth in the saying, “You get what you paid for” you should not select helpers on price alone. Quality of work one reason for price differences, but there is more to it than that.
What does their reputation hold? Do you actually like their work? Do you feel comfortable with the person?
We always tell our clients when we first meet, “You came here because you like our work on our website, do you feel comfortable with us too?”
Don’t get too caught in allocating the volunteer tasks according to tradition. Instead, select on suitability and circumstances.
For example, in a traditional wedding the father gives the bride away. However, the bride can ask a brother, mother, stepfather or even both parents at once
if she so wishes.
Similarly, instead of selecting a close friend for the role of bridesmaid, ask a sister, cousin, or sister-in-law, or dispense with the role altogether.
Rule Five Part2 is coming soon…..