I wrote an article last month about using PICK charts to select which projects could be worked on. One of the categories was projects that are difficult to do with low benefit, and the recommendation was to stop working on these projects before they become too time-consuming. A reader left a comment asking what the criteria would be for identifying this sort of project, so here are some tips for spotting the kind of project that would fall into this category.

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