1. The ability to train your attention onto a single task and address it with the whole of your brainpower.
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Don't judge your ideas through a lens filled with beat-tired late nights, sacrificed paychecks, and all the other trademarks of building something from scratch. Instead, view them as investments, so you can better gauge when to move on from a loser.
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Limits are not, well, limiting. Framed correctly, putting a cap on your ambition and future plans is tremendously freeing.
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The prolific illustrator on how to keep a lid on it to avoid burnout.
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