Distractions begone! Procrastination bedamned! I'm a dedicated artist and a committed entrepreneur!
Do you often feel the same way?
|Posted By Maggie Z|
| Distractions |
It's easy to blame other people in my life for d & p (distractions and procrastination) but really... after some careful examination I am the ultimate d & p pro... thanks for holding up the mirror MJD - and after a long hard look- I'm ready to get down to business.
|Posted By spunkymunkey|
| Focused |
Yes for sure, I just laid down a bass track for a 2013 song. It took probably 45 minutes before I got a take I was happy with. During that time I was the best bass player in the world, nobody was capable of expressing themselves musically the way I wanted, on my track. Once I got that take down I returned to being someone who is a so so bass player and really a guitar player.
|Posted By Salvatore Chisari|
| Change |
This Is my biggest creative problem... Life gets in the way when it comes to my personal music... but when working on paid projects for clients i move my whole schedule around for others. Gonna change this in 2012!
|Posted By Rachel|
| I'm Busy.... |
Sorry, I can't talk right now...I'm creating..... :-) Have a great day! Rachel
|Posted By ORACLE|
| Procrastination |
I saw them there. Tied and tethered like dogs to a tree. Their sails waving in the wind with each swell of the ocean's waves. Watching as the early morning fog lifts high above the endless sea. This is how I imagined a boat launch would be. Each day I would drive by and see the excitement and energy played out in a carefully designed dance of activity. The busy-ness purposefully leading ultimately to the moment of the cast-off into nature's garden of water. Every day I drove by and said to myself, "I'm going to stop and check this out". I was compelled to do so, but I didn't, not until it was too late. The day I pulled into the parking lot the boats were gone. Gone to some unknown adventure filled with discovery and triumph. Or perhaps gone solely for a lounge in the watery hammock at the edge of the breakwater. I would never know. Weeks later the lesson is learned from the utterance of a child, "In all your years of traveling, you neverů?" Never again will I knowingly pass up an opportunity for growth, exploration, and self generated intimate joy. Never again will I pass up the launch of life Never again will I miss the boat. It just wouldn't make sense to do so. Poem from The Oracle Speaks...just because, pg.35 c2008 ORACLE Publishing
|Posted By Rebecca Marschell|
| Yikes! |
Yikes! You said exactly what I was thinking! How is that your blogs always arrive right on time:-)
|Posted By Harrison|
| Go Away! |
That's the bottom line, isn't it?