Perfection & Procrastination

“If you wait for perfect conditions, you will never get anything done.” Ecclesiastes 11:4 {New Living Translation}

I am always waiting for the perfect conditions to pursue my creative projects. I am the great procrastinator. I want my inspiration before perspiration. My inspiration operates on an elephant’s pregnancy time frame birthing procrastination.

There is also the creative block of sharing any work with the public because of an unrealistic desire for perfection.

The first rule of writing is to write. That’s the only thing I have control over; the public’s response or lack of it is outside my control. I have to be happy with my output and let go of the outcome.

It’s time to stop waiting for perfect conditions and instead work within the realms of constraints. Creativity is birthed from the wombs of constraints not from the tombs of perfect conditions

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