On one part, I am thinking of not going ahead with this writing, and on another part, I think I would like to see how the end unfolds.
Welcome to the dilemma of the creative.
The best way to get things done for me has always been to plod along diligently. Just get the first world out. Get the introduction done, and then get the conclusion done. That is how it works, for the commercial articles I write. My blog benefits most from my emotional surges.
It appears cheap to put words out and claim a full article. It appears offhand. But the great book by David Allen, “Getting things Done”, advises you and I to go for quantity, then we can do something else with the quantity we produce. If I say that I will keep on waiting for that splurge of inspiration to come, I might wait forever.
How do you handle your to-do tasks, like going to college or getting married and planning for a new cat. Do you wait or do you start. Do you fear or do you care less. Do you ask or do you find out. Do you meditate or do you worry. Do you do steps or do you do hops.
It’s your call, and whatever you give as an answer will tell you a lot about your chances of succeeding. Unfortunately, you might not hear whatever your answer is telling you. I find it hard too; so, don’t ask me to remove the speck in your eye.
Now you know how I come up with some of my writings. Sometimes I follow a structure, sometimes I do not follow a structure. Over time, I will have enough writings to test. This will do for now and I hope you agree.
It’s my 26th year since I was born, a true Capricorn, and I wish myself a happy birthday celebration all day today.