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Art, Inflection Points, High Achievers and Low-Achievers

January 20, 2013

All art projects begin slow, with a high risk of failure and they build to an inflection point.

An art project is what you do….it’s your gift to the world….it could be your poetry, your blog posts, your pictures, the pizzas you make (in my case BBQ), the sermons you preach, your comedy, etc. It’s your art with your unique spin.  It’s what you do that if you suddenly did not show up your tribe would miss you.

An inflection point is where an art project turns a corner and begins to payoff.  The results only you believed in are now clearly in sight.  There’s little chance at failure.  Everybody wants in now.

Achievers are not always better artist than non-achievers…they’re just better at sticking around until the inflection point.

In case you need encouragement to stick.

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