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Weeding Out the Good Ideas for Something Great

Shanna D. Gregor

I have “good” ideas all the time. But weeding out the good ideas for something great?  A title for a devotion or blog will pop into my head, and I’ll jot it down. Sometimes I’ll sit down at my computer and just start a new article, story or first chapter of a novel. Maybe you’re like me—one of those people with 10 or 15 just sitting in your idea folder waiting to come to be developed. Maybe you even have entire books near completion but struggle with which one to focus on.

Weeding Out the Good Ideas for Something Great

Here are a few ideas to help you weed out the good ideas and discover the great ones.

  1. Which one of your projects rest move heavily on your mind?
  2. Which of the books you’ve started do you have the most creative passion to finish.
  3. If you can’t decide, talk it through with a friend who stirs your creative soul.
  4. Is there a project that is closer to completion than any of the others? Focus on that one first.
  5. Set a time each day dedicated to the completion to that project and be faithful to put effort and focus into it.
  6. While good ideas are going to continue to come—jot them down, but don’t go beyond that. Put your energy and focus into that project you want to see become something great.

A good idea will only be good in your mind, until you finish it. It can become that great idea when you finish it and are able to share it with others.

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