Staring at a blank page can be one of the most paralyzing things. As a writer, an artist, and a person who tries to really live her life, (not to mention – someone who is in business for herself) — I encounter this situation, literally and metaphorically, all the time. Not sure if it ever really gets easier to deal with . . . I mean, that initial hesitation remains no matter how many times I’ve overcome it . . . But, my faith in the outcome solidifies with each word-covered page or artistic creation that my fingers unveil before me. Allowing myself the initial hesitation, but then following it up with action, embracing the opportunity for creation, and grasping tightly to the potential of the outcome — these things are what keep me seeking out the blank pages of my life.
So, what is it that you want to do?
And what is it that you’re allowing to stop you?
You only live once, and time goes by so quickly. You intensely owe it to yourself to exert the energy and focus to figure out the answers to these 2 questions. The momentary discomfort can open the doors to such wonderful possibilities for you . . .
Grab those possibilities by the kite tails, and ride like the wind, Bullseye! :)
with passion & gratitude — jenbish