I’ve been a self-employed independent creator for 10 years. I don’t recommend it.
David Kadavy

“I think what touches me so much about that idea is that I know now better than ever the forces of heart and intuition. They’ll lead you to do things that don’t seem rational. They’ll make you pass up opportunities a rational person would take. They’ll make you take risks that don’t make sense at the time. They’ll lead you to scary places. They’ll make you question your own sanity.”

“I wanted, instead, to use that freedom, and the lessons learned from the experience, to be a better writer. More importantly, to be a better thinker, so I could be a better writer. I didn’t want the distractions of building a larger business around it.”

“I want to make a living creating. I don’t want creating to be merely a marketing strategy for other things. Is that completely insane?”

Great writing…it’s telepathy.

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