The Difference Between Letting Creativity Do Its Work and Letting A Creative Do Her Work

The first one means you have to wait. Because creativity can be finicky, unreliable, and spontaneous, waiting for creativity to do its work can take an awfully long time.

On the other hand, letting a creative do her work is much more actionable and practical. 

If the goal is to be someone who is respected for their creativity and craft, not done through waiting but by consistent practice, then we’ve got to let the creative do their work.

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