Sometimes, days are like that for me: a hodgepodge of things that, in theory, sound wonderful and exciting and promising in my mind. Why then, do none of these moments become true, hard reality? I've wrestled with the thought myself. I am not an idle person, accomplishing is something I do particularly well. I am also confident in the fact that I am not the only person who battles this.
How is it that we often have nothing to show for our seemingly brilliant ideas?
The enemy of creativity is fear.
Fear speaks of failure, whispering in our ears, destroying us somewhere in the distance between idea and implementation. How can we possibly crush it?
Write your thoughts. Carry a little notebook wherever you happen to go, jotting down ideas and moments as soon as they are understood in your mind. The most significant thing you can do is what has been put right in front of you.
Be more than a caged bird, afraid of leaving your little space and exploring the power of our talents.
You can only go up.