In addition, if you get a few real projects, it is desirable take up one with your position the most feasible. Why? The fact is that when you bring a new project, the key to success here is knowledge "how to do it", which, subject to the originality of the project you will not be enough. The closer the project to your business, the specifics of the work, to your knowledge, the more likely you will be able to do it. Conversely, if the project will be "cut off" from your overall experience at the moment, he probably will remain your dream. That's why dreamers are not popular "among the people." It is better to move slowly, covering its activities in more innovative and original projects. With each successful executed project your confidence will grow, as well as material well-being. So there you have a step by step plan for implementing the ideas.
Better yet, make a "mental movie" of how you implement your idea. Mentally Play this movie several times. After all, thoughts tend to be! Now we come close to a very important key point. The closer you approach the project, the more you'll be away from their dreams, and plunge into real life. This process is absolutely normal. At some stage, turn on your critical "I", which will return you to continue to restrict the installation or mental patterns, and hence will try to return you to "original location".
What do you do? On the one hand criticism is necessary, it helps us to make well-considered actions. But on the other hand, it also keeps us in moving forward. In the previous issue we wrote that all work done for the people. Rely on them in this matter! If they accept your sample project is positive, it inspire you. If not – you will know, is something you work. It is desirable to track only the motives criticize people and their category. Your project is focused on this category of people? Criticism is not out of envy and the desire to annoy and constructive? Then shakes his mustache on! In this case it was a good pilot project – it is the least cost, and easier feasible. Do as much as possible pilot projects!