“Go Make Your Art”

I often end these blog posts with the sentence, “Go make your art.”

And while many readers of this blog are other artists, the sentence applies to anyone.

Recall our definition of art: “doing something that might not work in service of others.”

Whatever industry you’re in, whatever you’re trying to do, whatever change you’re trying to make, you’re taking a risk. A leap of faith. You have no idea if it will work out, but you’re going forward anyway. Because you care enough to try.

Thank you for your courage and your attempt at excellence and generosity. We are all the beneficiaries.

Now…

Go make your art.

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