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What happens when you think "everything I make is awful."

Anna Brones discusses her recent struggles with feeling like a beginner in her creative work, not experiencing the desired flow and often disliking her output. She suggests taking breaks and accepting that frustration is part of the creative process. She compares writing to bouldering, emphasizing persistence. Brones highlights the "taste gap," where creative work initially doesn't meet one's standards, and stresses the importance of continuous practice to improve. She encourages embracing creative challenges, as they lead to growth and evolving abilities. She concludes by promoting upcoming workshops and a summer sale in her shop.

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Every one is a gangster until it’s time to try and follow up your best video. I just came to terms that a lot of stuff you make isn’t going to be perceived as “good” all the time, even by yourself as the author suggests