Now it’s time to put it all together—dig into the logistics of how your project will actually happen. What will it cost? What can you fundraise or earn for revenues? How will you staff it— consultants, paid staff, or volunteers? This work will likely significantly Shift your project. You will discover that your project is too big for your $10,000 budget — even with low-cost marketing.
When you start planning back from your event date or project milestones, you discover that you don’t have enough time to get everything done to meet your goals. This isn’t the time to give up.
It’s time to Shift your project and make it realistic so that it really can be implemented. You don’t want your project to sit on a shelf as a dusty idea.