At times, it feels like you’ve hit a creative and productive wall. What if it’s the point of 95% completion? Here’s how you deal with the remaining 5%.
Over time, I’ve come to realise, the most important work I do as a solopreneur is to show myself how I don’t give up on me
As a creative entrepreneur, I constantly meet resistance. From my own mind. When I write or work on photography, I will come to a point where it all comes to a halt, and I used to spend days in frustration, shame and negative self-talk. Not any more.
Now I recognise it as the point before a breakthrough.
So instead of resisting and letting my mind and my feelings lead the train, I’ll follow the recipe which has worked for me every time. I’ve accepted that however weird it may seem to others, it’s effective to me, and I’m the only one who matters.
When you work for yourself, you can sweep all the normality out the door. What you produce is what matters in the end. Over time, I’ve come to realise, the most important work I do as a solopreneur is to show myself how I don’t give up on me. Over the last few years, I’ve found taking these steps is in effect the easiest way through the final obstacle.
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