Starting a new project wears on me within the first few days of its inception. For instance, with this Daily Dose Project (which is now "Thoughts"), I've just created this page and I'm already wondering what the hell I'm doing and why?
It's only the beginning and all my ideas aren't fleshed out, so the insecurity sets in.
The idea sounded great but I'm wondering if it will really work. I'm not sure if anyone will ever read these words.
But if you push just long enough, you start to see things come together. Your ideas begin to morph into something more real... more tangible. Keep going and spread the love and insight.
Rome wasn't built in one day, and neither were you.
When you take on a project that will live beyond the time span of 24 hours, you have to nurture it with water and sunlight, and tend to it just like you would anything else you care deeply about.
You must pay attention to it, observe it and notice when it needs some extra tender love and care.
If you have to step away, fine. But come back and get to work.
Don't let one bad day determine the rest of your life and all the possibilities.
Stick with it and take it as far as you're willing to let it take you. Trust the process.