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Actualizing your Ideas:
Transcript of Actualizing your Ideas:
So, you have an idea, dream, vision, need, desire or problem that needs to be solved.
Plan of Action
You've decided to do it, you're committed.
Demystify Project Planning
Ultimately, is it worth it time & energy?
And the inspiration or passion to do it.
Does your project meet or exceed the original goals you set?
What could you have done differently?
Is this a work in progress, a prototype, or perfectly the way you wanted it to turn out?
What did you learn along the way about yourself and your own process?
Is your idea feasible?
Do I have all the material
Do I have the
Does it make
Turning the idea around in your head
Is it the best idea or way to go about it?
How much freedom do you have to make decisions about it?
Who is it going to affect & how?
Is everyone down with the general plan?
Method: Have a friend interview you
What, who, when/how often, with whom, where, how?
How BIG is the project?
How many people will be needed to carry out the project effectively?
Is your plan flexible and adaptable to obstacles?
How much time will it take to complete your project based on what you've planned to do?
Over the course of days, weeks, months?
How much will it all cost?
Making a budget
Bribing your friends with beers to help you.
Communication/Scheduling & Role Setting
Are you working alone, in a team, or in a crew?
Communication & Scheduling
Believe it or not, it's really important if this is a group effort.
What's your preferred communication style?
Who does what?
How much of this are you willing to do?
When to say when?
Hint: let your personality dictate this...
Hint: start at your deadline and work backwards, breaking the project into smaller steps.