Early in the book Pressfield says
There’s a secret that real writers know that wannabe writers don’t, and the secret is this:
It’s not the writing part that’s hard. What’s hard is the sitting down to write.
You could say the same about decluttering, exercising, that project you’ve been meaning to do…
In every situation where procrastination raises its nasty, multifarious little heads, what’s hard is getting started.
So today, why not take inspiration from Pressfield and decide to whac-a-mole procrastination’s heads.
Forget the self-analysis, the mental games, the perfectionism. Simply focus on ‘sitting down to write’. On starting.
About to tell me all the reasons you can’t?
What will you sit down to write today?