Your Work Doesn’t Have To Be Groundbreaking

Two blue bicycles leaning on a graffiti wall.

Every bit of your work, writing, or art doesn’t have to be groundbreaking, perspective-shifting, or even unique. (No, this doesn’t mean that you should blatantly steal or copy.)

But it has to be thoughtful, timely, meaningful, and honest. And if you can accomplish this consistently, everything else will fall into place with time anyway.

Now go and create something that matters.

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