I have a friend that does a lot of work in the beginning stages of any project. He works like a maniac!
The problem is that this only happens in the first few weeks of any project. Then he loses the motivation and drops it.
His room (and mind) are filled with unfinished projects, ideas, books, etc. Very rarely does he complete anything.
I have another friend who never starts anything but is a great finisher. He hates setting the stage and preparing everything but loves its completion aspect – tying all the loose ends.
Needless to say, he never starts anything for himself and constantly works on someone else’s projects.
When you’re in a team, this is easily fixed. Get the initial guy in the early stages of a project and the other one in the late stages when everything has already been set.
In other words, get someone that can handle your weak spots.
But it’s not so easy when you have your own solo projects. It can be a work project or something as simple as a fitness regime, where my first friend will be enthusiastic about setting up and starting it but losing his interest after it becomes a routine.
In these types of projects, you can really know yourself and notice your weak areas.
To solve it, you can either team up (nothing wrong with that, it’s probably the easiest and most efficient way) or work on your weak spots and be particularly attentive to the aspects of your psyche that are stopping you.
This way, you’ll know yourself and heal whatever makes you behave in a certain way.
Either way, you’ll do what you want to do.
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