Entrepreneurs and artists can learn a lot from from each other. One lesson is the art of sharing.
Whether you write songs or write code, it’s only a hobby until you share it. In that moment it becomes art because that’s when people interact with your innovation and get to decide if they like it, want it and are willing to exchange their resources (money, time) to acquire it.
In any event, they will let you know what they think. What you do with that information is up to you. You can only hope that they will love it or hate it. Either way they will remember you. If they are indifferent, you become beige wall paper, but even that is information you can use.
Create something every day. Share it as soon as you can.
Read “Steal Like An Artist” by Austin Kleon
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