When you’re having trouble with a project you’re working on, it’s often only one aspect of the project that gives you trouble.
Your entire focus zooms in on one sticking point that you can’t get past.
If it’s a creative endeavor, and you’re the one doing the creating, it’s usually a good idea to just not do that part.
Do something else.
Because no one’s going to know, and there are twenty other things you could do that would work instead. So go do those.
Find the thing that makes everything else seem difficult and stop doing it.
Or outsource it.
Make it a non issue and go do what you’re good at.
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