You oscillate between excitement and exasperation. “This is going to be amazing” v. “There is no way I’m ever going to do this idea justice.”
A gunslinging maverick v. a deer in the headlights.
Small problems become overblown because perfectionism is on high-alert — because the idea deserves perfect execution.
Big problems can sometimes become obscured — you’ve been working so hard on executing on the idea that some structural problems may have become calcified assumptions.
When working on important things, prioritization becomes key.