Take the smallest slice of the pie you can find.

Big assignments come with scrutiny. Scrutiny kills good ideas before they get a chance to prove themselves to be good ideas.

Small assignments mean fewer scrutinizers.

A good idea can be hatched for a small assignment away from the death-dealing effects of scrutiny.  Get produced. Discovered. And become the big campaign.

Small assignments are like acorns. They can grow into oak trees. But a big hunk of oak stuck into the ground will always only be a big hunk of oak. Stuck in the ground.