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Slow is Faster Than Stuck

Why it’s important to schedule in uncertainty

I have always been a slow worker. It’s always taken me a long time to get going on a project, and it’s always taken me a long time to work my way through it. Part of this slowness has been problematic and unnecessary, but part of it, it turns out, is natural and good, and to be embraced.

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Tom Froese

Tom Froese

Illustrator. Creatively Empowering Teacher/Speaker. Represented by Making Pictures/UK & Dot Array/USA. Top Teacher on @skillshare. www.tomfroese.com/links

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