what if you simply refuse to accept the obstacle?

November 4, 2011

in Finish It! Fridays, Finishing Stuff, Interviews

This week on Finish It! Friday, Jim Krause joins the fray. He cops to coming up with a few bad ideas along the way and working slowly at times. Since he’s decided writer’s/designer’s block doesn’t exist, Jim never gets stuck. I know, I know. I had my doubts, too, until I got face to face with his approach during the interview. Feel it for yourself while you watch this video:

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I’d love to hear your finishing struggles, tips and stories in the comments below.

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Spread Jim’s wisdom with these easy to tweet morsels:

There are infinite # of possibilities, you just need one. Jim Krause w/ @dyanavalentine http://bit.ly/v764vm #howlive

Get to work, buck up. Jim Krause on Finish It! Friday with @dyanavalentine http://bit.ly/v764vm #howlive

Refuse to accept that writer’s block exists (like Jim Krause does). @dyanavalentine http://bit.ly/v764vm #howlive

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Every week on Finish It! Friday, I invite groovy folks to talk about finishing what they started. We keep it short & sweet. I capture their answers on video. And you get a direct sight line into their mind’s eye.

It’s the same three questions, every time:

  1. Do you finish everything you start?
  2. How do you get unstuck when you’re having trouble finishing?
  3. What are you really, really, REALLY good at?

Are you struggling to finish what you start? Are you a masterful finisher? Or somewhere in between? I’d love to play with you! Join me as a Finish It! Friday guest by emailing me at: info@dyanavalentine.com

  • Cassandrapuna

    Great interview…however your eating throughout was distracting.

  • Anonymous

    I totally agree, Cassandrapuna. It was absolutely necessary at the time, but will avoid it in the future. Thanks for caring enough to take time & comment. Otherwise, what did you get out of it?

  • http://melanieo.com Melanie

    Yes, yes, absolutely! I’m going to post that quote about infinite possibilities somewhere I can see it every day.

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