Love your customer

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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 for, you’ll be fighting yourself the whole time.

Love your customer and you’ll have a much better chance at loving your work.

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

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