When the nature of our work is always changing, the only work we ever do is progress work.
Now that it’s written, there is no excuse to not show up, embarrassed from what your peers might way.
If we aim for progression, the paralyzing nature of doneness becomes less intimidating.
As a creative who’s relatively quiet, shouting out loud is at the very back of my to-do list.
As a creative who’s relatively quiet, my first instinct is to find my own turf and to claim it as my own project.
When others don’t know what you want unless you verbalize it, showing them what you’ve done communicates even better.
60 seconds to let go of circumstance,
60 seconds to hold your breath and commit.
Starting out small is the best way to start.