10 Lessons from the book Show your work By Austin Kleon

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Make stuff you love and talk about stuff you love and you’ll attract people who love that kind of stuff. It’s that simple.

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You can’t be content with mastery; you have to push yourself to become a student again.

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Become a documentarian of what you do.

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The world is changing at such a rapid rate that it’s turning us all into amateurs.

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The real gap is between doing nothing and doing something.

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If you want people to know about what you do and the things you care about, you have to share.

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It sounds a little extreme, but in this day and age, if your work isn’t online, it doesn’t exist.

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Don't talk to people you don't want to talk to, and don't talk about stuff you don't want to talk about.

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