Too general a purpose?

Is this too general a purpose?: I want to create.

I love to write, love to make visual art, and love to think creatively and outside the box in every area of life (and love to do all of these equally — always have since I was a child).

So I either needed to limit my purpose to one of these or come up with a purpose that encompasses all of them. “I want to create” is the all-encompassing purpose!

I ask because I know Brooke teaches the importance of constraint. Does constraint apply to “purpose” too (whereby I would choose one of these as my purpose and focus on that)?