‘How’ comes from doing. We never know how until we try it for ourselves. We might have an idea of what it means to do something, but until we get our hands dirty, so to speak, we don’t really know first hand.
This goes for a lot of things — starting a company, asking someone out, traveling abroad, being poor / rich, pretty much everything.
Creativity is usually an individualistic act. But collaboration is not too far behind (and sometimes is far ahead). Let’s not forget, at the end of the day, we are creating for someone. Often, that someone we are creating for ourselves — creating just to create and express our voice. But even so, our work is for others as well. Connections like, buy and celebrate your work.
Luckily, we don’t have to learn ‘how’ always on our own. We can learn from other’s example and experiences, through stories (books, talks, conversations, etc) We can build a tight-knit community around us, and gather closer to people who care about us and what we are going through.
If we surround ourselves with generosity (helping others, letting others help us), then ‘how’ becomes a whole lot easier.
STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing,
— Josh Waggoner
Daily Blog #639
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