Apr 16, 2021

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It’s a wonderful thing to be able to turn work you’ve already done into new results.

Experience doing one thing can be useful later in a way that you never planned for.

A deliverable for one job might be able to be repurposed for another.

Even conversations and ideas that…

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Apr 13, 2021

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Your customers are much closer to you than ever before.

You can reach out on social media and receive feedback on any question that you’d like to ask.

But, direct feedback isn’t the only place to listen.

Many of your potential customers are leaving comments all over the web.

Comments…

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Apr 8, 2021

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Creating a cure for cancer is both complicated and difficult.

Getting a strike in bowling isn’t that complicated, it’s just difficult.

Most things in life, however, fall into the last category; complicated, but not difficult.

But, it might not seem this way.

Things that have many variables — especially unknown…

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Apr 4, 2021

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When you see something that works, the instinct is to copy it.

Sometimes you don’t even know that you’re copying and it’s happening subconsciously under the surface.

Maybe you’re combining things together and forming a kind of uniqueness that comes from that unique blend.

However, sometimes you read something, see…

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Apr 3, 2021

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For most people, creating something for someone they don’t like isn’t anywhere near as fulfilling.

Even if the money is good…

Even if it looks good on your resume…

Even if you could be proud of the quality of the work…

If you don’t like the person you’re doing it…

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Stuart Robinson

Stuart Robinson

Building internet things and eco-friendly cooking aprons. Twitter: @sturobinson