There is this one thing you have in common with the most successful people in the world.
You don't know which idea or project of yours is going to be a big hit.
This isn't ground breaking news; it's a healthy reminder of a couple things.
1. Progress > Success
Develop the skill of spotting progress. It's not always easy, but it is always there, even if you fall short of what you thought you are capable.
The problem with giving success a lot of gravity is there are a lot of outside factors that weigh in on your success.
Luck can have a big role. And if you solely look at success, you may be selling yourself short. One success does not a successful man/woman make.
2. Tenacity matters. A LOT.
Think of tenacity as a tank with the gas pedal superglued to the floor.
Tenacity keeps chugging along, tearing down barriers in it's path. And if you can't tear something down, change direction and keep chugging along.
Maybe you're born with tenacity... maybe you're not. Either way, you can develop tenacity over time. It takes showing up because you've committed yourself to something. You see the bigger picture, so you take the small steps right now to make sure you're in motion.
If you can view every project you work on as progress instead of just a success or a failure and work like an unstoppable tank, I guarantee you will actually achieve greater success.
Now get back to project you're working on. Can't decide which project to focus on? Replace the numbers with all the things you want to do and spin.