One thing that always perplexed me about business (especially in the online world) was how it seemed like some people just EXPLODED on the scene.
Twenty years after his death, Tupac Shakur is still making music. He’s produced fifteen albums ― ten of them posthumously.
Burning the midnight oil by working until 2am or 3am is not the best strategy.
When I sit down at my desk to write every day, I am simultaneously energized and discouraged.
Entrepreneurship as a vague philosophical concept is really trendy right now.
But the resistance you feel…the fear you feel…the uncertainty you feel…those aren’t red lights telling you to stop what you’re doing. Those are the green lights.
I’m challenging preconceptions. We all have them, and they aren’t serving us. Not anymore.
If I’m doing so much traveling/working/creating these days, how can I afford to spend time building a meaningful relationship with someone else?
Mastery is when we can put our true selves into the art because we know all the “rules” and we thoroughly understand the basics of the skill we’re pursuing.
Perhaps the best thing about inspiration is the deep feeling of focus and clarity you feel when you externalize your reasons for doing something and attribute your work to some source besides your own mind.