False Starts To A New Begining

I find myself at a loss for which way to swim seeing as I’ve finally cleared myself of a sinking ship. I had patched some holes, did some engine work, fashioned sails from the fabric of my soul and despite my best efforts, this boat wasn’t going anywhere. That’s fine, but all I know is that I’ve got to make it back to shore.

I may be known for a series of false starts. Getting the ideas generated in my head is never the problem; picking one and committing to it is what I struggle with. That being said, whatever my next step is won’t be a false start because I absolutely must begin my next campaign of self-completion.

There are few things that inspire change and development more than a finite ending. After the finite ending, I am left not moving anywhere rather than trying to alter course. False starts have to be less likely when you’re needing to simply get moving in any direction.

Pick a place and go there. Believe in something and do it.

4 thoughts on “False Starts To A New Begining”

  1. “I may be known for a series of false starts. Getting the ideas generated in my head is never the problem; picking one and committing to it is what I struggle with”

    I totally empathise with you on this. I’m the same. With personal projects, I’m very good at coming up with ideas, and putting foundations in place, but following something through is very difficult.

    I wonder just how many people feel the same.

    Fortunately it’s much easier when you have clients or a boss depending on your ability to execute. Maybe we should try thinking of ourselves as ‘clients of ourselves’?

    Mmmm, but you know what the advice is regarding difficult clients! 😉

  2. “Maybe we should try thinking of ourselves as ‘clients of ourselves’?”

    Honestly dude, that’s one of the best things I’ve read in weeks. That’s really smart! You should write a blog post about that! I need to read it!

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