This thread is especially for INFPs (I Never Finish Proj... ) ,
but if any of you NFs (or perhaps NTPs, or anybody) who also often experienced this, can also share discussion as well
so yeah, getting bored easily at anything in this real-life..
have any of you experienced this rather 'stressful' feelings?
the problem with this is, as we all know, in this real-practical world, where discipline is needed in almost any field, we can easily let down, discouraged, give up and 'hop' into another thing. and in the end, nothing ever gets materialized or executed until it's completly finished.
hence, i said it's very 'stressful' ..
to illustrate , i'll use my case,
right now, I even got easily bored again with supposedly my utmost passoin: composing music.
well, actually, it's not the composing or finding new ideas that I got bored (that will never gets me bored!) , but the usual 'technical details' like balancing, finding the right EQ, envelopes, and even to find the right sound/plug-ins needed! I usually just love the "ideas" part, but definitely got easily distracted or even bored with the details of the execution (sounds familiar?)
But as a result, now i have probably like 50-100 new musical "ideas" (even already complete with the whole arrangements down to tiniest detail, in my head) , but I just can't find the willpower, determination, nor persistence & patience needed to sit-down, struggle with finishing/completing even ONE song!
and this is very frustrating to me, as I sense that in the end I didn't accomplish anything, and only remains "ideas" in my head!
I felt like my life is going out-of-control & helpless, because I accomplish none. I only like ideas, but never at the actual detailed-practices of anything..
I also easily got bored in daily-life conversations, and heck, even all the conversations during meeting with my furniture-business customers!
it's like my mind kept wanting to escape to another place (even another planet or universe, or into the world of video-games!) , whenever everybody keeps talking about price, furniture products, markets, etc etc....they all just sound so boring to me!
and maybe that's why after all this 6-years, I only progressed & gained very little in this job! :?
anybody here can relate with what i'm saying too?
and if any of you (INFPs or anybody) have succesfully dealt with this, please give me practical advices on what i should to conquer this bad habit..