Take A Time Out (4/10)

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The most valuable thing I do is frequently give up on a project.  I don’t really give up, I just throw up my hands and set it aside.  The important thing is that I leave an organized trail so I can pick up the project later when I change my mind. Which I nearly always do.  It turns out sometimes you can’t finish a project because you’re not ready, or you don’t have everything you need to complete it, and waiting is the best option.  It’s vital to revisit old quit projects to re-evaluate your readiness to pick them back up, because it very well may be time to see it through to the end.

Contributors: Adam Cole from A Jazz Musician Who Writes Books

Written by Ben Skute

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