This is the kind of thing you never want to think about. You never want to take that good, hard look at yourself and ask if you’re becoming an unkind person.
When you get comfortable, it’s easy to get sloppy. You stop caring as much about the little things and at first, it seems like that’s fine.
You're chasing a goal. You're pursuing your dreams, regardless of how uncertain the future is, laughing in the face of anything that will oppose you along the way.
There's a massive divide in the poetry community between the traditional methods of publishing poetry versus the more modern avenues.
"Poetry puts starch in your backbone so you can stand, so you can compose your life." ― Maya Angelou
Scott Belsky is the Founder of Behance, the Chief Product Officer over at Adobe, an author, and quite a bit more. He’s a busy guy. Looking at his earliest pursuits, which are shared a lot in his book The Messy Middle, Behance was once a small startup trying to stay afloat. If you haven’t heard of it before, it’s the portfolio website for artists with a strong focus on helping creative professionals find work.