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A Little Story About Pouring Coffee and Thriving from Your Life’s Work

The two are related more than you think

Photo by Thom Holmes on Unsplash

I used to dump it all over the countertop. I mean, the place was a mess. Like a toddler was in charge of a Starbucks or a shark was in charge of a carwash. As I dumped the remains of my morning coffee, from the mug to the insulted car cup, I poured slow — like a chemist.

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Down-and-dirty growth strategies for commercial writers and creators, with a blue collar work ethic, and a no-nonsense voice.

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