Epiphanies Are Overrated

By on May 6, 2013 in Leadership with 3 Comments

Don’t wait for an epiphany before you begin the work (whatever the work is). Just start.

Most of our best insights come after we’ve begun a project, after we’ve gotten busy with the boring and unglamorous tasks like research, rehearsal, brainstorming, creating lists, making outlines.

Waiting for an epiphany is really a way to stall.

Don’t wait for inspiration to strike. Strike first.

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