#63 - Creative obsession: a gift and a curse

Returning from a weeklong vacation, Nathan fills Dan in on the thinking he's been doing about burnout and its causes. They discuss how to temper (or lean into) inspiration when reading something exciting, dealing with the transitional phase between rest and work, and why we make it so hard for ourselves to start new projects.



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