"Lean entrepreneurs can talk about the minimum viable product, but far more important is the maximum do-able project."
Great words of advice. Sometimes people say yes to too may things and limit their time/resources.
You need to ask yourself. Can you actually devote that time and effort to a project in order to move it forwards? Am I in it for the long haul? (Bearing in mind that most projects are not over-night successes) Can you stick at this for 2, 3, 5 or 10 years?
What is do-able?
I love the idea of the value proposition, user onboarding and USP all rolled together into one concept, the "product story". This is then key to your marketing and growth.
Dan explains, discover the marketing channels and a craft a compelling product story. Then create a product growth engine
Finally - here is how to extract your product story
I'm one of those people that have loads of ideas and only move forward with small number of them. My process for deciding what to work on is, to be honest, a bit ad-hoc.
I really like the step by step system that Anton lays out.
Definitely aimed at a bootstrapping entrepreneur (i.e. aimed towards revenue and not a "moon-shot" SpaceX startup)
The system helps you evaluate ideas quickly and work out which to move forwards with and how .