Stop me if you’ve heard this one before…
You’re creative. You’re driven. You’re passionate about writing. You have endless ideas, a blog, a novel in the works, a growing writing career.
With that kind of epic creative charge, you feel like you should have seen more projects through to fruition by now… right?
But instead, you keep finding yourself sighing at the end of each week, consumed by a sense of overwhelm rather than a sense of accomplishment.
You’re all over the place.
You feel frustrated—maybe even jealous when you see other writers who “have their shit together”.
Why can’t you seem to make things happen?
There are many reasons an idea doesn’t become a finished project, but I believe one of the most common is overwhelm.
To deal with overwhelm, you have to take a close look at the way you’re living.
Let’s examine this modern epidemic from all angles, so we can get off the inspiration hamster wheel and start making moves. Here’s our best advice on how to beat overwhelm and start achieving your goals.