Wrong Type of Door

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We often approach our creative work as if the impact and success we seek is behind a motion-activated door.

That if we show up within sight of our target, the doors will simply slide open and we’ll be ushered in.

When the doors fail to open, we wave our arms around for a while before shrugging our shoulders and moving onto the next door, hoping we’ll have better luck with that one.

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Founder of podcast production and content amplification agency Counterweight Creative. Believer in the power of kindness and generosity.

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Jeremy Enns

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Founder of podcast production and content amplification agency Counterweight Creative. Believer in the power of kindness and generosity.

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