Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻 They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good.

Make something you hate.

Today.

Creativity is momentum.

Even if I can't stand what I'm seeing as I'm making it

I turn down the my critiquing voice.

Creating is waaay better than stagnating.

So much will come up against you to derail, put you off,

Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻 They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good.

Make something you hate.

Today.

Creativity is momentum.

Even if I can't stand what I'm seeing as I'm making it

I turn down the my critiquing voice.

Creating is waaay better than stagnating.

So much will come up against you to derail, put you off,

What to do, when you don't know what to do

πŸ€”πŸ™„πŸ˜‘πŸ•’πŸ—’

Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻 They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good.

We can get seduced by sexy job titles like artist, writer, designer, musician, producer.

Guts emerge with those that show up everyday to make the work.

Real guts is showing up and making the work, in spite of how the end results are looking.

That's where we become braver, bolder and downright consistent in trying and putting the bad work in the drafts folder (or bin).

Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻

The War of Art

‍
They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good. And there's a serious wake up call...

There's a fight at stake. Everything is at odds, preventing you from making your work that really matters.

Suddenly the innocent distractions are things you'll dig your heels into.

And then there's just days that are a grind.
And that's okay too. Don't self condemn. That just strips energy and motivation from your heart. An interesting thing to do is Google Picasso's back catalogue of work. Yep he's prolific. But crucially, masterpieces aside, he also made a lot of rubbish.

Yeh seriously.
He did.

It'll help you realise "grand masters" make nonsense and waste too.

Make something you hate.

Today.

Creativity is momentum.

Even if I can't stand what I'm seeing as I'm making it

I turn down the my critiquing voice.

Creating is waaay better than stagnating.

So much will come up against you to derail, put you off,

judge and tell you this is all a waste of time.

Yep we think procrastination is a minor blip. But it can run into years.

Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻 They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good.

We can get seduced by sexy job titles like artist, writer, designer, musician, producer.

Guts emerge with those that show up everyday to make the work.

Real guts is showing up and making the work, in spite of how the end results are looking.

That's where we become braver, bolder and downright consistent in trying and putting the bad work in the drafts folder (or bin).

Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻

The War of Art

‍
They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good. And there's a serious wake up call...

There's a fight at stake. Everything is at odds, preventing you from making your work that really matters.

Suddenly the innocent distractions are things you'll dig your heels into.

And then there's just days that are a grind.
And that's okay too. Don't self condemn. That just strips energy and motivation from your heart. An interesting thing to do is Google Picasso's back catalogue of work. Yep he's prolific. But crucially, masterpieces aside, he also made a lot of rubbish.

Yeh seriously.
He did.

It'll help you realise "grand masters" make nonsense and waste too.

Make something you hate.

Today.

Creativity is momentum.

Even if I can't stand what I'm seeing as I'm making it

I turn down the my critiquing voice.

Creating is waaay better than stagnating.

So much will come up against you to derail, put you off,

We can get seduced by sexy job titles like artist, writer, designer, musician, producer.

Guts emerge with those that show up everyday to make the work.

Real guts is showing up and making the work, in spite of how the end results are looking.

That's where we become braver, bolder and downright consistent in trying and putting the bad work in the drafts folder (or bin).

Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻

The War of Art

‍
They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good. And there's a serious wake up call...

There's a fight at stake. Everything is at odds, preventing you from making your work that really matters.

Suddenly the innocent distractions are things you'll dig your heels into.

And then there's just days that are a grind.
And that's okay too. Don't self condemn. That just strips energy and motivation from your heart. An interesting thing to do is Google Picasso's back catalogue of work. Yep he's prolific. But crucially, masterpieces aside, he also made a lot of rubbish.

Yeh seriously.
He did.

It'll help you realise "grand masters" make nonsense and waste too.

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Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻 They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good.

We can get seduced by sexy job titles like artist, writer, designer, musician, producer.

Guts emerge with those that show up everyday to make the work.

Real guts is showing up and making the work, in spite of how the end results are looking.

That's where we become braver, bolder and downright consistent in trying and putting the bad work in the drafts folder (or bin).

Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻

The War of Art

‍
They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good. And there's a serious wake up call...

There's a fight at stake. Everything is at odds, preventing you from making your work that really matters.

Suddenly the innocent distractions are things you'll dig your heels into.

And then there's just days that are a grind.
And that's okay too. Don't self condemn. That just strips energy and motivation from your heart. An interesting thing to do is Google Picasso's back catalogue of work. Yep he's prolific. But crucially, masterpieces aside, he also made a lot of rubbish.

Yeh seriously.
He did.

It'll help you realise "grand masters" make nonsense and waste too.

What to do, when you don't know what to do

πŸ€”πŸ™„πŸ˜‘πŸ•’πŸ—’

We can get seduced by sexy job titles like artist, writer, designer, musician, producer.

Guts emerge with those that show up everyday to make the work.

Real guts is showing up and making the work, in spite of how the end results are looking.

That's where we become braver, bolder and downright consistent in trying and putting the bad work in the drafts folder (or bin).

Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻

The War of Art

‍
They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good. And there's a serious wake up call...

There's a fight at stake. Everything is at odds, preventing you from making your work that really matters.

Suddenly the innocent distractions are things you'll dig your heels into.

And then there's just days that are a grind.
And that's okay too. Don't self condemn. That just strips energy and motivation from your heart. An interesting thing to do is Google Picasso's back catalogue of work. Yep he's prolific. But crucially, masterpieces aside, he also made a lot of rubbish.

Yeh seriously.
He did.

It'll help you realise "grand masters" make nonsense and waste too.

Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻 They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good.

We can get seduced by sexy job titles like artist, writer, designer, musician, producer.

Guts emerge with those that show up everyday to make the work.

Real guts is showing up and making the work, in spite of how the end results are looking.

That's where we become braver, bolder and downright consistent in trying and putting the bad work in the drafts folder (or bin).

Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻

The War of Art

‍
They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good. And there's a serious wake up call...

There's a fight at stake. Everything is at odds, preventing you from making your work that really matters.

Suddenly the innocent distractions are things you'll dig your heels into.

And then there's just days that are a grind.
And that's okay too. Don't self condemn. That just strips energy and motivation from your heart. An interesting thing to do is Google Picasso's back catalogue of work. Yep he's prolific. But crucially, masterpieces aside, he also made a lot of rubbish.

Yeh seriously.
He did.

It'll help you realise "grand masters" make nonsense and waste too.

What to do, when you don't know what to do

πŸ€”πŸ™„πŸ˜‘πŸ•’πŸ—’

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We can get seduced by sexy job titles like artist, writer, designer, musician, producer.

Guts emerge with those that show up everyday to make the work.

Real guts is showing up and making the work, in spite of how the end results are looking.

That's where we become braver, bolder and downright consistent in trying and putting the bad work in the drafts folder (or bin).

Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻

The War of Art

‍
They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good. And there's a serious wake up call...

There's a fight at stake. Everything is at odds, preventing you from making your work that really matters.

Suddenly the innocent distractions are things you'll dig your heels into.

And then there's just days that are a grind.
And that's okay too. Don't self condemn. That just strips energy and motivation from your heart. An interesting thing to do is Google Picasso's back catalogue of work. Yep he's prolific. But crucially, masterpieces aside, he also made a lot of rubbish.

Yeh seriously.
He did.

It'll help you realise "grand masters" make nonsense and waste too.

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We can get seduced by sexy job titles like artist, writer, designer, musician, producer.

Guts emerge with those that show up everyday to make the work.

Real guts is showing up and making the work, in spite of how the end results are looking.

That's where we become braver, bolder and downright consistent in trying and putting the bad work in the drafts folder (or bin).

Steven Pressfield talks about this in The War of Art and Turning Pro.

Read these books ✊🏻

The War of Art

‍
They'll do your πŸ’˜ a lot of good. And there's a serious wake up call...

There's a fight at stake. Everything is at odds, preventing you from making your work that really matters.

Suddenly the innocent distractions are things you'll dig your heels into.

And then there's just days that are a grind.
And that's okay too. Don't self condemn. That just strips energy and motivation from your heart. An interesting thing to do is Google Picasso's back catalogue of work. Yep he's prolific. But crucially, masterpieces aside, he also made a lot of rubbish.

Yeh seriously.
He did.

It'll help you realise "grand masters" make nonsense and waste too.

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