October 12, 2017 3:33pm CST
I often have ideas that I feel are great and other times they are duds. That being said I have so many things that I want to do but can never stay focused on a single project. For example; I'm building a web application and then decide "Well, it would be cool to develop this particular type of game or hey I can create designs for T-Shirts." The problem is I feel that I'm good at all of these things and enjoy taking part in all of these hobbies. How to I choose what to work on and how do I keep focus?
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• Peoria, Arizona
I am the exact same. And with this I make lists and schedules. During the morning I work on crocheting for my crocheting shop. During the evening I work on drawings for t-shirts and my graphic novel. And during the weekends it is drawing time and writing time for my scripts. If I get another idea in the mean time I put it on a list of things to do and get to it later. It is very hard to be a creative mind, but it is better to work on everything than to be a juggler.
• Oxford, England
This is something I do understand as I tend to be an all rounder myself. I bet you draw circles when you doodle and make spider diagrams for notes and see an argument from every side too, I think the best thing is to make a list that begins. 1. Finish web app. 2, Develop a game. 3. Design some T shirts. Or you could do 2 hours a day on each thing. The danger is that without focus you never actually finish anything.