Just show up, do what you do. As Woody Allen said: "Eighty percent of success is showing up."
If you feel resistance to DOING, there's always a reason. Brainstorm and do some free writing until you discover what that reason is. Chances are, the reason is important.
Also, leave time for thinking.
Clear your mind, and just sit and think. "Muse" or "wonder" might be better terms for "thinking"; most people don't do enough of just sitting and thinking. If you muse on whatever your current challenge is, chances are you'll come up with a solution… a surprising one. 🙂
Re musing, I've noticed that the "musing habit", to coin a term, leads to inspiration and creativity — and more showing up.
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