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When Your Work Is Unappreciated, Do This

In the eyes of an illiterate, even the most eloquent poem is meaningless.

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See if this sounds familiar:

You’re working on a creative project. Let’s say it’s a piece of writing.

You pour your heart and soul into it, and when it’s finally finished, the result is satisfactory. Grammar? Good…




A collection of things or people. An object made of pieces fitted together. A work of art made by grouping found or unrelated objects. A publication on Medium.

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