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Permission to Create Junk

Creative work is like training in a gym. Some days you get your best moments with great ideas and somedays not.

Great ideas will flow in when you go through a volume of work , put in your repetitions , and show up over and over again.

Stay consistent and give yourself space to make a masterpiece and even create junk along the way.


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