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It always begins with the itch, the urge to create something. It sets a fire in your stomach. The more you ignore it, the more pervasive it gets.

You just need to do it, which requires focus.

Put your ass in your seat and use whatever device helps you do the work: earplugs, ambient music, a helmet, even Ritalin (if that’s your excuse).

Pray to the God(s) and close the door.

If you have an inventory of ideas that you share with the world, it’s your responsibility to ensure they get put into action. If no one’s taking them on, the onus is on you to experiment.

If you think you’re going to hit the nail on the head in the first round your nuts. You have to create junk or shitty first drafts first.

“The first draft of anything is sh*t.” — Ernest Hemingway

Thinking is not enough. Create on schedule. Every creative person must have the startup mentality to take responsibility for their ideas. Consider sharing your work online show people you’re paying your dues.

“Write it. Shoot it. Publish it. Croched it, Saute it, Whatever, MAKE.” – Joss Whedon

Grind it out.

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Author: wells baum aka bombtune

A daily blogger who connects the dots between beats, culture, and technology.