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Cassandra J. Haxton 28 Nov 17
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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Joel Comm 14 Oct 17
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 Jun 1
Even after a year, I'm still doing the same happy dance. Not only did Real Artists Don't Starve come out in paperback, but there are still great bonuses to be had. Thank you for your support!
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Joel Comm 8 Oct 17
Are you stubborn enough to succeed? by
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Joel Comm 11 Oct 17
If you're waiting for your moment, don't. Start now. by
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Joel Comm 16 Oct 17
We don't fake it till we make it. We believe it till we become it. by
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Joel Comm 22 Oct 17
We cannot create great art without continuing to create ourselves. by
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Steve Keating 12 Dec 17
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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Ching Ern 3 Dec 17
IDK how I'll get this book but I'm really excited for by
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Joel Comm 19 Oct 17
What we believe of ourselves has a way of coming true, the good and the bad. by
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Joel Comm 23 Oct 17
In the New Renaissance, we get to start over. by
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Joel Comm 27 Oct 17
Innovation is really reiteration. by
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Michelle Sandlin 10 Oct 17
listening on Audible to but the narrator is crap. So I ordered the real deal book from Amazon. Love it!
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KC Nazari 14 Jan 18
At any point in your story, you are free to reimagine the narrative you are living - (rereading this book after a branding coaching session with a brand coach)
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Joel Comm 12 Oct 17
Most significant change begins with a simple step, not a giant leap. by
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JODAH on You May 11
Replying to @JeffGoins
says "You don't need to fear the accomplishments of others, but don't ignore other people's success either."
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Joel Comm 21 Oct 17
Sometimes it pays to break the rules. by
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DianaKelly 19 Feb 18
So true, especially when it comes to . “The starving artist waits to be noticed. The thriving artist cultivated patrons.” - is what sets apart successful
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Rashawnda Dunbar 🌹 1 Dec 17
Got my copy of Real Artists Don’t Starve by . Can’t wait to dig in and uncover some powerful insights!
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Jason Houck Jun 12
Yes. RT : We don't do our best work alone; we do it by collaborating with others.
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