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Monthly Archives: September 2014

Commitment is something we forget when we start things. I think it’s because we’re always looking at what’s next instead of seeing through what we’ve started. I wrote about this not too long ago. About how we need your new dreams. But not at the cost of half-way finished ones. Because of our tendency to […]

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Whenever I think up a new project, my mind goes down a rabbit hole of awesome. I think about who could use it, what problems it solves, how big the idea could get, and eventually how much does it cost. It always comes around to the money thing eventually. As It should right? Because it’s […]

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You’re not qualified. You’re not smart enough. You’re too young. You’re too old. You don’t have enough experience. These are lies. You don’t need permission to make stuff. You don’t need permission to shake stuff up, to break stuff… You just need to be alive. Existence is the only prerequisite for making art. If you’re […]

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In such a we-all-get-a-trophy world, we expect to win. So when we fail, we feel like that’s it. We’ll never get to be successful because we are by definition failure. We didn’t get a trophy. We must not be good enough. I want to encourage those who feel like they’re failing today. If you’re failing… […]

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When was the last time you did something that scared you? When was the last time you did something for the first time? A few weeks ago I did both of these things in one day. We were hiking with some friends to a couple different waterfalls in Tennessee when we heard about a swimming […]

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