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Instead Of Fearing Mistakes, Remind Yourself That There’s Plenty To Learn From Them

“If you have work to do, don’t wait to feel like it; set to work and you will feel like it.”
― Henry James, Roderick Hudson

“As long as you’re in the food business, why not make sweets?”
― Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl

“Life doesn’t run away from nobody. Life runs at people.”
― Joe Frazier

“The recipe for great work is: very exacting taste, plus the ability to gratify it.”
― Paul Graham, Hackers & Painters: Big Ideas from the Computer Age

“The best incentive for an artist are the harshest criticism”
― Válgame, Zori 2ª Parte

“It is the privilege of the rich
To waste the time of the poor
To water with tears in secret
A tree that grows in secret
That bears fruit in secret
That ripened falls to the ground in secret
And manures the parent tree
Oh the wicked tree of hatred and the secret
The sap rising and the tears falling.”
― Stevie Smith, Selected Poems

“Work is the greatest thing in the world. So we should save some of it for tomorrow.”
― Don Herold

“Face it: as much as you’d like to be, you’re not perfect. Mistakes will be made in both your freelance career and life. Instead of fearing mistakes, remind yourself that there’s plenty to learn from them. If nothing else, you’ll learn that a mistake doesn’t mean the end of the world. In fact, it might be the beginning of a new one.”
― Michael Law

“One cannot use the life to interpret the work. But One can use the work to interpret the life.”
― Susan Sontag, Under the Sign of Saturn: Essays

“Capital is dead labour, which, vampire-like, lives only by sucking living labour, and lives the more, the more labour it sucks.”
― Karl Marx

“People LOVE change (when it’s about changing others). People HATE change (when it’s about changing themselves).”
― Richie Norton