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  • Alessandra Rizzotti
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  • Ben Goldhirsh

    I love this. Such an inspiring and thoughtful perspective. I think taking that jump is always hard on anything creative or new. it's so easy to get stuck on the diving board questioning what lies ahead, rather then getting in the water and figuring out how swim once you know what the water is like. not sure if that analog holds, but it's certainly something that I've felt in my journey to create stuff that I value and hope adds value. Anyhow, thanks for sharing this. I'm going to dive back into the water now.

    • Ana Morrissey

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I think the creative process or any process really can be a bit intimidating specially if you had "freakish success" and you are not sure what will follow it. But I agree with you, getting in the water is the first step and then figuring out how to or where to swim hopefully is easier to figure out