“Well, I’ve always thought it’s worth a little temporary discomfort to get to do something remarkable.”
That’s the lesson that Eric Meyer learnt from his grandfather and the lesson that he shares in the latest issue of the beautiful online publication that is The Manual.
Discomfort is something we often come up against when creating art, but push on through with the hopes of reaching that remarkable something. Sometimes the temporary discomfort is stretched, and then stretched again. It starts to look more like a constant state. You get used to living with it – at some point you’ll get to the something.
And that’s not really the point.
100 Days of Something: 9 “Temporary discomfort” #The100DayProject rdgr.me/u/1vh6c0m