If you could channel that impatience into appreciation of the idea, so you're satisfied with where you are just a little bit and eager for what's coming next, that takes that impatience out of it. And when the impatience is gone then the ideas will begin to flow.
“Let me recommend that periodically you offer a prayer in which [you] only give thanks and express gratitude. Ask for nothing; simply let [y]our soul rejoice and strive to communicate appreciation with all the energy of [y]our heart.” From Elder David. A. Bednar’s http://pinterest.com/pin/24066179230999303 inspiring http://facebook.com/223271487682878 message http://lds.org/general-conference/2008/10/pray-always
You can't write anything in appreciation without activating the vibration that brings more of it. In other words, writing is the strongest point of focus. And when you focus and write with the deliberate intent of focusing in a positive way, well, then you have the best of all of it. *Abraham-Hicks Quotes (AHQ1962)