Finding your voice

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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 something or hear something and you know it was from a specific…

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

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