What are the steps to making an idea into reality? Allow yourself to get past the hesitation and think about the actions you need to take. Start with a small and simple action. Use your simple start to refine your idea. Build a prototype and then a few prototypes. Create a simple objective and keep it simple, avoid expanding scope. Work in small parts over time, alittle bit each day, to help you start or make it a habit. If you slip up, get past the hesitation again and get started again
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With a little imagination, you can make creative thinking a daily habit. I've talked about creative writing before, and beyond that we can just write out our thoughts. Keep a journal on your phone or on paper. Trying means occasionally failing. Notice your failures and practice being okay with it. It's no big deal. Fear of failure is something that prohibits all of us from failing. Look for inspirations from your heroes, admire their work and vicariously live with through them. This is a great opportunity to say dream! Find little new things you can do. Even just using new ... Read more
Brian E. Young is a graphic designer and artist in Baltimore, MD.