Inevitably, your work (like, uh, the preceding syllogis…ay. If you think good work is somehow synonymous with perfect work, you are headed for big trouble. Art is human; error is human; ergo, art is error. Inevitably, your work (like, uh, the preceding syllogism…) will be flawed. Why? Because you’re a human being, and only human beings, warts and all, make art.”
…se known as life. Neuroscience tells us that we’re wired to cleave to that which is safe and known. Experience and repetition define that knowing. Along comes an idea for a book — a dense forest rife with unknowns — and if given the choice we’ll file our taxes and nails over putting thought to type. That’s one of the many arcane ways we stand in our own way.