All the inspiration exists and is equally distributed.
But the ubiquity of motivational quotes and rags to riches biographies can be sheer fodder. Instead of doing the work, we get caught in the cycle of disattention.
The role of the artist is the create a reality for themselves. We can’t expect to copy and paste someone else’s experience as our own.
Inspirational quotes exist to help is reflect, rewind, and then compel us to push us along. Our mood board is a visual impetus, not an excuse to procrastinate.
The environment is continually changing, with a priori information overwriting the old ways of doing things.
We can always expect our path to be messy, but with the right mentality, our bodies and minds equally resilient.
Scouring the internet for a hit of motivational dopamine is only temporary. It’s the perspiration that has to be permanent.