Have you been working on a project for a long time – and it’s not better, it’s just different?
Chances are you’re second-guessing yourself … and the critical voice kills the creative voice.
Or, chances are you’re trying to get it perfect.
It will never be perfect. Our bestselling authors at the Maui Writers Conference didn’t agree about much (one would say, “You HAVE to work with an outline” and the next would say, “I NEVER work with an outline.”)
They did agree on two things. “Ink it when you think it” and they would STILL be working on their manuscripts if it weren’t for their publisher’s deadline.
Understand this. Your work will NEVER be ready.
But it’s not doing anyone any good sitting on your computer.
Stop waiting until it’s right. Stop trying to get it right. The right time is NOW.
There is no present like the time – and no time like the present – to get your work out of your head, into the world and into people’s hands.
P.S. And if you’d like another way to get back into the “flow of thinks,” click here.
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