Tag: reassurance

  • reassurance

    It is very easy for me to compare my work to others… especially its reception. I do this while looking through the lens of scarcity. They have more than I have, therefore I have less and need more. But what do I need more of? More reassurance that my work is valid? (I often perceive […]

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  • que sera

    I first heard “Que Sera” when watching Alfred Hitchcock’s The Man Who Knew Too Much. I was a kid, and don’t remember much about the plot. I do remember, though, that it was the song that Doris Day sang to her son. I’m thinking about Seth Godin’s idea that, “Reassurance is futile,” and how it […]

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