The room of our mind decorates itself with doubt. Anxiety is a thinking problem, a challenge to contain the inner narrative that bears the footprints of our decisions.
Extreme self-belief and passion offer the antidotes to quitting. Immersed from the start, we dance with persistence when times get difficult.
Evolution is an imaginative process. As we gain exposure to the world, it becomes our oyster for exploration and experimentation.
Each creator finds their own problems and lets their identity roll. We build and sustain a system of habits to avoid wandering about in the fog. We do, however, remain changeable as we mine for secrets of the interior self.
But it’s not just the drive to begin. Finishing matters most. The world is a better place for those that ship projects out the door. Artists need feedback. “Another flaw in human character is that everybody wants to build and nobody wants to do maintenance,” once said Kurt Vonnegut.
So which is more difficult — the start or the maintenance? Both are equally important as an emphasis of action.