What is the hardest part of a big project: getting the energy to begin, finding the time to work on it, or feeling down that it’s over?
I think that beginning a project – no matter how big or small – is the hardest part. Because I am such a large procrastinator, often when I do start a big project, it is because I have decided to commit to it. As in, I have made a conscious decision to participate in said project.
And that’s difficult.
And that’s my initial response. Because I’m thinking of big, but short-term projects. And those are the only ones I have ever committed myself to in terms of big project. Running a campaign to promote community cohesion lasted approximately 2 months, running a club for children in my area lasted the duration of a summer holiday (6 weeks) and those are my longest bouts of commitments. Past that, I’m not sure I could do much more.
So, in the long-term, I would say, definitely having the energy and finding time to continuously work on it.
Sorry that this is short, I’m desperately tired (only had 4 hours sleep).
Nakedstreetkid out x