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February 11, 2011


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Max, being introspective can be a blessing and an evil. It is certainly a delicate balance but err on the side of caution. That is- give yourself the benefit of the doubt even when you think some work was thrown together in haste. From the outside and peering in, you straddle this line pretty good.

If I may use an old torn rag of a basketball analogy, “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”

Remember, your half-baked attempt (in your mind) to stir soul searching in a reader’s chest is like Chip Foose’s 7-day renovation of a car on his television show- Overhaulin’. At the end of the show, Foose probably views the ‘throw-together’ as a jalopy. To the rest of us, it looks pretty damn good.

Whatever you are doing, it’s working well. Continue to refine your frequency and implementation as you see fit.

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