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Jeff Goins Feb 21
Sometimes it pays to break the rules.
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Jeff Goins Feb 11
"Starving Artists try to master one skill. Thriving Artists acquire whatever skills necessary to get the job done."
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Jeff Goins Feb 1
Your work matters, but the world won't recognize this until you do.
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Jeff Goins Feb 2
Being a starving artist is a choice, not a necessary condition of doing creative work.
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Jeff Goins Feb 16
We don't fake it till we make it. We believe it till we become it.
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Jeff Goins Feb 3
The job of the artist is to create great work, & ownership is the most reliable means to greatness.
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Jeff Goins Jan 20
We can become our own patrons, if we learn to charge what we're worth.
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Jeff Goins Jan 10
You don't just need practice. You also need a patron.
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Jeff Goins Feb 20
There is no greater pain than living a lie when the truth is buried deep inside you.
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Joel Comm Oct 22
We cannot create great art without continuing to create ourselves. by
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Jeff Goins Feb 18
Eventually, you have to decide who you are. You have to choose your role and own that identity.
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Joel Comm Oct 27
Innovation is really reiteration. by
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Jeff Goins Jan 8
Creative success is about getting to do your work without constraint.
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Joel Comm Oct 14
If you don't have to go all in, don't. Why not start with a smaller risk? by
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Jeff Goins Jan 22
Great work is not a result of luck but of a willingness to become an apprentice.
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Jeff Goins Dec 28
Creative work involves pulling together old ideas and offering new insights on them.
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Steve Keating Dec 12
RT : Sometimes, it's not the big risks that pay off but the small ones that get you the big win.
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Joel Comm Oct 8
Are you stubborn enough to succeed? by
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Joel Comm Oct 19
What we believe of ourselves has a way of coming true, the good and the bad. by
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Jeff Goins Jan 21
When we undervalue our work, we end up playing the martyr, resenting the free gig halfway through the process.
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