You know those times you feel uncreative?
Maybe you thought that the original concept was “pretty good” but the more time you spend on your idea, you worry that it’s actually a bit boring.
Or you’ve been bouncing between social media networks (Facebook, Instagram, That App You Have But Don’t Even Use) comparing yourself to people on the internet and got frustrated that EVERYONE else has awesome ideas and projects… but not you.
And before you know it, your poor little project is stuck in limbo land. So you either:
- Shelve it for “later” and bounce on to the next, new, even *betterer* idea. (You then rinse and repeat this process at least 37 times.)
- Plan your original idea so meticulously that you squeeze all the life + fun out of it because your course/program/blog/mastermind WILL BE VALUABLE DAMMIT. (Sadly, it never sees the light of day.)
In both cases, you end up feeling like a cranky hamster on a wheel and never get your ideas out into the world (or at least, not without the proverbial blood, sweat and good ol’ ugly cry).