Episode 50

Published on:

7th Mar 2022

How to avoid overwhelm when launching?


Launching can be exhausting and seem quite draining however, mostly when planning there's no room to accommodate our person - essentially planning like we're robots or in ideal situations. In this episode, Katrina discusses another factor that'll facilitate a holistic launch: Taking our disposition and feelings into consideration when planning a launch and offering tips on how to manage stress or manage a launch for when it gets overwhelming.

Few nuggets of wisdom

  • Put things into perspective: Your launch is important but it's not your life.
  • Pace yourself: It takes time to build a strong foundation there's no rush in building something that'll outlive you.
  • Protect your relationships as you build or grow: where necessary include the people most important to you.
  • Be patient with yourself and understand that mistakes are opportunities to learn.

Recommended Resources

6P Launch Planner

The Launch Lab

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About the Podcast

The Launch Strategist
Helping corporate leaders launch mission-led projects in less time and with more commercial success
Launching a project isn’t easy, in fact 70% of projects fail. The goal of The Launch Strategist Podcast is to make sure that yours isn't one of them.

Each week Katrina Douglas; author, corporate trainer and Launch Strategist, shares actionable advice and inspiring interviews with one intention; to ensure that your next project is in the 30% that succeed.
So listen up and settle in, because the advice you're about to hear could catapult your career and business!

Connect with Katrina Douglas over on LinkedIn and visit http://thelaunchstrategist.com to find out more.

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Katrina Douglas

Supporting CEOs and business leaders to successfully launch mission-led commercial projects that light them up and lead to long-term commercial success.