[eltdf_dropcaps type=”circle” color=”#ffffff” background_color=”#000000″]1[/eltdf_dropcaps] Kids have Bigger Brains. Think the Impossible Like A Child, Connect To The Engine of Life.
When Jagger, the Kid Designer in this video says Kids have Great Imagination and Bigger Brains (than adults who don’t think beyond as much..lol), he is somehow talking of the power and touch of The Engine of Life. The Engine of Life is not only for children but anyone with just a little belief to connect. This is what Irish writer W.B Yeats calls The Spiritus Mundi– the inspiration behind every idea that comes to your mind.
[eltdf_dropcaps type=”circle” color=”#ffffff” background_color=”#000000″]2[/eltdf_dropcaps]Click on Alternatives: Look out for Simpler, safer but amazing ways of doing things.
You can be tempted to attempt to rush into the big picture of your project idea. Check out the guy in this video who had this dream of scaling all the skyscrapers in China!
Video credit: Daily Mail
WARNING: Don’t Try This At Home With Your Projects!!!
Project dreams and ideas get frustrated when you cannot take little steps at a time, using simpler and safer alternatives to reach your Big project goals. One trick doesn’t do it all for all resources, needed skills and stages of your project. By the way, I think this Chinese guy fell because that last skyscraper had a smoother wall cladding than the rest in the video… He should have worn gloves able to grip the cladding of the skyscraper – a better alternative at that stage. Alternatives…
[eltdf_dropcaps type=”circle” color=”#ffffff” background_color=”#000000″]3[/eltdf_dropcaps]Grab The SWOT (Strengths. Weakness. Opportunities & Threats) of Your Project.
Even ‘God cannot sink this ship’ is a lousy way to build your ideas and dreams into a successful project. Balance your optimism, state of the art technology and financial or political muscles with careful thorough thinking. Even 100 years after the sinking of RMS Titanic, a lot of facts and argument are still going around about why the Titanic RMS, the most current ocean liner of her time sank on a voyage where she was supposed to break the record time for fastest ship. Honest, the owners, crew and passengers of the Titanic somehow never truly thought about the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the journey. Hopefully that’s not your idea and dream. Appreciate the strong areas of your project idea, look around for weak holes in your thinking, be happy and optimistic about the opportunities you can build on and find how to cancel out landmines (hidden bombs) that threaten to blow up the dream.
May The Great Project Mind guide you!
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