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The most important lesson from Vivian Maier (especially for creatives)

She didn’t care about the outcome and impressing others with her photos.
She only cared about the process and she did it for herself.
It was probably enough for her that she saw the scenes which she captured in her photos.
She didn’t do it so that she could exhibit them later (it was not her motivation).
Of course, she probably couldn’t afford to develop all her photos, so it was also a factor, but I guess what kept her at it was the joy of doing it (taking those pictures), not the thought that she will one day develop those photos, exhibit them and become an acclaimed photographer.




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