The danger is greatest when the finish line is in sight. At this point, Resistance [procrastination or writers’ block] knows we’re about to beat it. It hits the panic button. It marshals one last assault and slams us with everything it’s got. The professional [the writer] must be alert for this counterattack. Be wary at the end. Don’t open that bag of wind.” -Steven Pressfield, The War of Art.Perhaps youve had a creative idea floating around for some time, but youre not sure how youll bring it to life. Maybe youve visualised the end goal for a novel, film, play, web-series, poetry performance, etc., but youre not sure how to get from A (the idea in your head) to B (the reality). Starting a creative project when all you have is a half-baked concept, a pen and blank page can be overwhelming, especially when it needs to work around your day job, the house chores and a well-thought-out Netflix itinerary!Its time to embrace your love for writing, establish the ideas youve had for a blog, a poem, an essay, a novel, a script, etc., set manageable and fun goals, put those plans into action and inspire others as well as yourself in ways you never imagined, but were always capable of!