10 Lessons from book The Creative Act By Rick Rubin

Use what’s helpful . Let go of the rest.

The taste and beauty are in the eye of the beholder.

To create is to bring something into existence that wasn’t there before.

The imagination has no limits. The physical world does. The work exists in both.

The objective is not to learn to mimic greatness, but to calibrate our internal meter for greatness.

Average is nothing to aspire to. The goal is not to fit in.

Train yourself to see the awe behind the obvious.

Failure is the information you need to get where you’re going.

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