Keep Creating Trash Content Until You Don’t.

Focus on quantity until you create quality.

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I consider myself to be a master at creating trash content. Whenever I look at my very first articles, I still try not to throw up. 10 years from now, I’ll probably read this article and throw up. But it’s ok because you can’t be good at anything without being bad first.

Quantity or Quality?




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