If the issue is that the projects just seem so overwhelming and you do not know where to start, which project to select, or how to manage the creative work, then -- in what might be regarded as a shameless act of self-promotion (yup, but also as an answer to the question) -- I would recommend a book called "Organizing Creativity" that I have just finished writing.
It is available as PDF on my blog (download is free, it's pretty much donationware): http://www.organizingcreativity.com/book-as-pdf/
The premise is that creativity, deliberately creating something that is new and useful, is more than just one idea and it takes organization to realize creative projects.
Thus, the book deals with creativity, organization, ways to organize creativity by mastering the topic, generating ideas, capturing ideas, collecting ideas, realizing and archiving creative projects, and also tools, general tips, and resources.
It was a private project of mine for the last 5 years. Hope it answers the question.
(How was that "New Yorker" joke with the customer in the bookshop, asking for a book on a specific topic, and the bookseller answers: "I don't have it, but I can have it written." ;-) )