In the morning, at the dawn of day, energy starts to flow in my body. I try to raise up from my bed, fighting the inertia from the long (or short) sleep. The first thing I do is satisfy the thirst produced from the fasting. Coffee and black tea are my preferred drinks. So, to start a good day there is nothing better than the sound of a sweet melody from my favorite song.
Then, I am are ready to start my masterpiece. I am all set, in front of my desk and nothing happens. I mean, inspiration hasn’t appeared and I cannot find any reason why. So I start drawing some lines, and something starts to take shape. I keep going, and then everything starts to make sense. It is then when I can start thinking about the possible outcomes for my workpiece of the day.
By doing this, I continue improving, I must take less time to achieve my goals. It seems that days are shorter, therefore I must win the battle against the clock. The satisfaction of improving is the spark that ignites the flame of creativity.