Maybe you are brimming with options. You find it easy to take action on almost anything set in front of you. Your challenge is to find the time to do it all or to maintain the interest to keep going.
Don't wait until you feel like doing it. Take action regardless and enjoy your feelings if you also happen to "feel like it."
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You probably have a bigger problem with one or the other, even if you feel like you face both these situations.
Dismissing every reason to start is perfectionism. It manifests as procrastination.
Forget about passion and needing something to be perfect. Just start and keep going.
The moment you start acting on something, you are at the beginning of the end of the anxiety associated with that thing.
Many procrastinators are pessimists and overestimate the difficulty of the task they are avoiding. They think doing it is the hard part. But not doing it is much harder.
It means deciding not to do things you'd really like to do. It also means deciding what's the most important task even when everything on your list feels crucial.
But if you can prioritize until you have only one thing to focus on right now, you can't help but get to work.