Just keep trying.... Yes I have it too. Gets better through the years. If you work on it.
I recognize this... That is why I write short stories....Tell me about it. I'm a writer - don't even get me started on all the novels I never finished writing. My best friends have already gotten tired of reading first chapters that never get a follow-up. They've learned not to spend too much time or enthusiasm on any of my projects that I haven't written more than three chapters of. As for hw and tests, I force myself.
That is why I take smaller contracts and I am focused on interior design rather than on "proper" architecture, because the cycle is faster and finishing not so painful... And that is why I will never have great achievements, though I am sure I have capability of it.I recognize this... That is why I write short stories....
Damn it all, you stole my joke you dirty ba-Yeah, I have the same proble
Damn it all, you stole my joke you dirty ba-
You guys BOTH salvaged my joke. And cheapened it!!*smir
Oh yeah....I don't even TRY to write those huge monumental novels. Short stories and "essays" for me! Plus, they make good performance material if you're into stand-up comedy or other such arts.I recognize this... That is why I write short stories....
I'm 127 words into a very unfinished blog post, and I'm hanging out here rather than trying to finish it now.That is why I take smaller contracts
Yep. A good way to force myself to finish something is to have someone trust me to do it. Someone I feel loyal to, either through work ethics or in other way. Then I follow through admirably, and at times, quite genial work is produced this way. If I "promise myself" to do stuff.... Well, I am not very loyal to myself it seems..I'd imagine if you were in a position where you were forced to finish something you'd come through.