CHRIS CORRADINO, NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY:
"Contrary to popular belief, there is enough time in the day. How we choose to spend it however, is ultimately the deciding factor on how effective we are.
"Procrastination is a nasty trap which derails our creative energy and runs us off-track. As an artist, this can grind projects to a prison-like halt. The longer it's left unchecked, the unfinished project becomes more overwhelming. If the task before you is really large, the hardest part is often figuring out where to start. When this happens, I like to use a process known as 'micro-movements.'"
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