Creating aside, there seems to be enough to do in a day to fill each waking hour.
Here’s the thing, there’s just about always time to devote to your passion.
But still, it doesn’t get done. The key here is your behaviour, thoughts and your feelings.
Ever plan to dedicate an hour to your interests and find you come up short on time? Does it mean you’re on to other things? Happens to everyone. The real question here is do you have to have a full hour at your disposal to do what you love to do?
Does a page a day of writing challenge often yield sighs of frustration? Make it a paragraph instead.
Part of the problem is rigid goal setting. Failure of those goals most always leads to a drain in motivation.
Another issue is the question of why is it that you are creating? Looking to make it big? Sure, many of us are. But if you're finding your imagination has fizzled out or you’re hitting a block, then maybe it’s that mind set that’s to blame.
Why was it that you like to do what you do again?
THAT reason is sure to ignite creativity more then, “Let’s make a product that’ll sell” Focus on the latter and you may find yourself getting bogged down by harsh criticism and strict standards. Sure, you need those things to grow in a professional sense, but while you’re generating and simply creating for the love of creating, forget about it.
And what about that feeling... The one that you're too tired, too busy, too whatever. You already know that you can still do when you’re all of those things. And if you don’t, then maybe it’s time you test that nagging belief that you can’t produce anything cause you’re not in the mood.
Don’t worry about thoughts or feelings. Just do. Yes, now.