Is anybody else really, really bad with dealing the minutiae of large projects you have undertaken?
I've always had a habit of biting off more than I can chew, but even when I'm working on something necessary, I can tend to get bogged down in the details between points A and B.
I don't think I wrote a single research paper or essay all the way through grade school or college that didn't start with a brief anxiety attack, a bit of fear based procrastination, and finally a crammed 10 hour writing project that skipped most of the recommended steps and spat out information I'd gathered in a stream of consciousness.
I'm trying to build a website right now, and while I've got great content and I'm very pleased with my vision for it, building the thing from scratch has got me wanting to cry and throw my computer across the room.
Or hire a virtual assistant. I've thought of that, too.
Am I just helpless or is this actually a Thing people (ENTJs?) do, and is there a method to making step by step details less stressful and frustrating?