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Cassandra J. Haxton Nov 28
Just finished reading Jeff Goins new book Real Artists Don't Starve. Great book! Thank you so much to Jeff for sending me a copy for signing up for his course!!
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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 5
"We cannot create great art without continuing to create ourselves."
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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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Sally Ferguson May 26
Excited to see Jeff Goins' book releasing in paperback!
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Kim S. Hawkins (ツ) May 26
Replying to @haxton_writing
And now it's coming out in paperback!
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Kim S. Hawkins (ツ) May 26
Did you know Real Artist Don't Starve by Jeff Goins is coming out in paperback?
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Jeff Goins May 25
Many artists are, in fact, not suffering for their craft. They’re proudly producing work that matters and pays the bills.
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Jeff Goins May 11
Really enjoyed being on this podcast. I know you'll like it, too.
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Jeff Goins May 11
Pre-order your paperback copy of Real Artists Don't Starve and claim over $100 worth of exclusive bonuses.
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Jeff Goins Mar 22
If you don't make money, you won't have any art to make. We must seek to better understand the business of being an artist.
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Jeff Goins Mar 22
The chief goal of every artist is to make the work great.
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Jeff Goins Mar 14
You don't just need practice. You also need a patron.
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Jeff Goins Mar 12
Creative success is about getting to do your work without constraint.
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Rick Barker Mar 8
Love this. Also loving the book
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Jeff Goins Mar 1
Creative work involves pulling together old ideas and offering new insights on them.
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Jeff Goins Feb 28
We learn from those who have come before us and and borrow from their creations to make things the world calls "original".
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Jeff Goins Feb 17
The reason many of us next self-actualize is because it's easier to play a role in life than it is to become our true selves.
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Jeff Goins Feb 6
You become an artist because you decide that's what you're going to be, and then you do the work.
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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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