Stop trying to make your work perfect. Be this instead.

From the very beginning of any creative undertaking, be it writing a blog post, planning an event, designing a new product or brainstorming with friends there is this urge to create something perfect. The idea, the plan or the task seems so daunting that rather than begin at all we obsess over our own lack of ability to perform up to everyone’s expectations. (If I even meet my own expectations)

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Country boy. Explorer of the creative process & life, the arts, storytelling, innovation and history of ideas. Omnia in gloriam Dei facite — claytonjhester.com

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