When my friend and I realized we had some mismatch in our working relationship, our initial enthusiasm turned to frustration. Here’s how we thrashed it out.
If you can’t be the best in your particular niche, then you might ask, “Why bother?” Here’s why.
Sometimes we feel we need reasons, promises of payoffs, and cold hard evidence. But we might be missing something.
You can find a totally new perspective on your unfinished creation.
It’s easy to get caught up in wanting to be number 1, or expectations from the traditional standards of “mastery.”
When you cling to a specific format or mastery of a medium, something can get lost.