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In Steal Like An Artist you say "Do good work and share it with people." What indicates a work is good enough to share? How can one know their work has matured just enough to overcome the potentially disheartening feedback that can be so damaging to a creator in the early stages of an idea?

Jan 16, 2013
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In Steal Like An Artist you say "Do good work and share it with people." What indicates a work is good enough to share? How can one know their work has matured just enough to overcome the potentially disheartening feedback that can be so damaging to a creator in the early stages of an idea?

These are a few questions I’m covering in my new book. (Which means I don’t have complete answers yet.) Stay tuned!

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  1. jasonvandenberg said: i’d say practice helps grow a thicker skin to prepare for any outside input.
  2. yellowmelodyheart said: questions covered in a new book :O
  3. austinkleon posted this
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