Starting a new project can be extremely exciting. The thought of getting your teeth stuck into a new venture can literally motivate you to get up and out of bed in the morning. It may even get the creative juices flowing after a dry uncreative spell.
The reality of new projects
The thing about new projects or introducing something new into your life, personal or business, is that it is new. It doesn’t have a place yet in your daily routine.
So after all the excitement and day-dreaming of what you could achieve with this new idea it comes down to asking the realistic question. How will this new pursuit fit into your already hectic life? And unless you are a hermit living off grid, you do have a full and busy life.
Making your new project work
How do you achieve this merging of something new into your schedule?
Before we get to the answer, first answer this question. Have you ever tried to add more water into a already full glass of water? Well the logical answer is no and why would you? The glass is already full. By adding in the extra water, it will just overflow.
So why try to do that in your own life? Fill your own already full glass with more