When you notice that you are feeling courageous, it means that you know your fears, but pursue despite of them. You are still connected with the source of fear, and use your positive energy to pursue whatever it is you want to achieve (or overcome). When you are being courageous, you are living according to your heart core story.
What do you do when you start hating a project? When you start resenting an idea that in essence was pretty awesome, but in one way or another doesn’t really seem to work out? You’re trying and hanging on, and your other projects are also demanding your time and energy. So what do you do? Cut it loose? Keep on keepin’ on? Or is there another way?
How do the most enduringly creative people thrive? They "slow-motion multitask," says author Tim Harford at TEDxMerck KGaA. He illustrates how innovators like Einstein, Darwin, Twyla Tharp and Michael Crichton found their inspiration and productivity through cross-training their minds, without feeling hurried. But how does this match with the concept of focusing on a single task? Let’s explore.