Schedule and dedicate at least 15 minutes to the idea.
A passing thought will never turn into an exciting project unless you prioritize it. Focus. Remove all distractions ( yes phone too, thank you very much ) and give your whole energy to it for as long as you can afford.
Rethink and look at your idea from multiple different angles.
Perception is a powerful mind-tool. Change it and see what happens.
Assign a different use or meaning to your original idea, be versatile about the concept and create multiple interpretations of your original thought.
Share your idea and brainstorm with another person. Maybe they will have something interesting to add, something that will spark some inspo and get the creative juices flowing. Quite often, when we get stuck in a rut we tend to lose the ability to see the obvious. And that’s exactly when someone else’s perspective might come in handy and change everything. If not, we’ll just call it bonding over an unexecuted plan. Not bad, not bad at all.
Combine with other unfinished ideas and see what happens. Which brings me to my next point:
Keep an ideas-only-journal.
File your ideas,write everything down and go through your notepad when you feel the need to take up a new badass project.
So, what have you been up to lately? Any new or old unfinished ideas you’d like to share? Let’s all get together and join forces! Leave your ideas in the comments below, letting everyone know what areas you’d like some help with, and offer a helping hand if you think you have something to say! Join the hashtag #unfinishedprojects and let’s find each other on social media to inspire creativity.