Oh, what I would give to have my ideas show up on the page, in the speech, in the classroom, in the coaching session as beautifully formed as when they first took flight in my imagination.
Alas, it never happens that way. Not once, not ever.
So I persist, as you do, in taking the inspiration of that starting point and turning it into “good enough.” Understanding that “good enough” is more than just “something,” that it is everything. Because without it we are left with nothing.
And nothing is not an option. Not when there’s this much possibility. Not when there’s this much to do.