FINDING A SIDE PROJECT
WHAT DO YOU CARE ABOUT?
Over the next month, write down everything you think of that you find interesting. It might be a book you’re reading, a TED talk you see, a TV show, a tweet. You’ll soon realise you have values and life beliefs that you can start a project around.
CONSIDER WHAT YOU’D LIKE TO LEARN
Writing, drawing and photographing are some of the most accessible things we can do, but we often self limit as we don’t think we’re good enough. Find something you’d like to explore and apply it to your project.
EXPLORE THE EDGE OF YOUR COMFORT
In yoga, teachers talk about ‘finding the edge’ of a pose: using the time on your mat to explore your body with no pressure. The same happens with side projects. You can play with photography, design skills, learning a new coding language: find the edge of your comfort and see how far you go.