How does one stop the flow of ideas? Or maybe, a better question, how does one save up the ideas, and keep the motivation to write them, in order to write them later? I have the issue of wanting to write WAY too many stories, so I write the idea, make a rather complex plot, create unique and individual characters - but when it comes to writing time, I lose the motivation to write, I see the plot as trash, the characters as dull and boring, and the idea as bland and overused. I want to keep the motivation to write these stories, not lose it once I'm ready to start writing. But more than that, I simply want a good idea to write about. I always trash and throw away ALL my ideas, I haven't stuck to one (yet), and it's starting to make me feel like a bad writer. The ideas come to me when I simply turn on the TV and see something, or listen to thirty seconds of a song, hell, reading other peoples' books or watching a movie and even looking outside! I get ALL THESE IDEAS, but I just don't have the time, enough fingers, nor the motivation to write them after a few weeks pass. How do I fix this? Is there such a thing as too imaginative? Or is it simply that I'm not able to focus long enough to stick to an idea?