When you start something new, whether by your own doing or because someone asked for your involvement, the project takes on a whole new meaning. Why? You’re attached to it. Your name essentially defines it.
What you put out into the world comes back to either bless you, or haunt you. What you offer up to your fellow man can build generations up, or tear them down; we’ll never know the lasting effect, but it’ll be a domino one…so make your offering good.
A stamp leaves an imprint. So will your hands, your time, your effort.
A plan of action steers the ship. So will your heart, your vision, your goals.
You begin to project — as in, the verb. To project: to estimate or forecast (something) on the basis of present trends.
Your project is as good as your past efforts. It’s as good as the trend you’ve created up till now.
Are you satisfied with your abilities if you’re called upon? Do you have faith in your trajectory if you take on something just because?
It’s never too late to start. It’s never too late to turn the ship around, to do better, to be better, to try harder.
If you don’t like your track record, project confidence, capability, and project a can-do spirit. Your project will thank you.
Tonight, I am thankful for knowing that not every every successful project began because someone knew they could — some began because someone figured, “Why not?” Confidence can go a long way.
Time to project.