If you look past the narrators voice, this video is actually really inspiring.
There is a secret that real writers know that wannabe writers don't. It is not the writing part that's hard. What's hard is sitting down to write.
Resistance is what stands between the life we live and our unlived life - between what we are and what we want to become. Resistance is to be considered evil. Yet, it can be helpful. It points us to our true calling, it can be felt when we fear starting a creative project. This fear means it is something that we need to do, something that we have a deep love for. . . the more resistance you feel towards a project, the more satisfaction you will have when you finish it.
We can beat resistance by how we conduct our creative projects. In short, the amateur waits for inspiration. The professional knows that it will come after he starts." The professional acts in the face of fear.
Then, at some point unexpected, the muse will come, and we'll be able to catch it.
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