Old work and new results

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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 you’ve had can pop up in ways that you would never expect.

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

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

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