What did you want to be when you were growing up? A fireman? A pilot? A soldier? Or how about when you were preparing your university application form, a lawyer? A Doctor? What about a market researcher? The chances are, you did not want to be the last one. But why not?
Bore-out. It’s a new word coined recently in a BBC article about a man suing his company for boring him to the edges of mental illness.
I recently rediscovered the Manifesto of Done, an ode to getting things ticked off. It’s a little old now, but if you haven’t seen it then I would thoroughly recommend giving it a read. The emphasis is on getting things done, rather than worrying that what you’re creating isn’t perfect.