When you are inspired, it just flows. Everything comes out just like it needs to come out. The words flow. The art streams from your paint brush. The contracts write themselves. Job is practically done by the time you get to work.
The rest of the time, we show up and make it happen because we need it to happen. We force every character from our finger tips whether we like the words or not.
We drag the paint brush over the canvas like it is soaking up the paint faster than we can dab our brushes.
The contracts take ten times longer to write.
Work feels like it is work-ier today than it will ever be.
Doing the work anyways pays off when the next stroke of inspiration comes. It will also come sooner.
Sometimes inspiration comes from within. The rest of the time, it comes from practice and showing up.
What are you putting off? When is the next time you’re going to work on your project despite not feeling like it?