Marketing Your Work

When learning a new skill, don’t rush into marketing your work.

At the beginning of your learning journey, you need to have a private stage where you can practice your skill without the fear of being judged.

While at the beginner or intermediate level, your focus should be on learning and improving your craft, not on what your audience thinks of it.

Avoid seeking feedback at this stage. That’s because – 

  • Fake praise will stop you from growing.
  • True feedback will hurt you, and it might even force you to abandon your learning journey.

Once you have confidence in your abilities, you can showcase your work to everyone. At this point, any feedback you receive will help you further improve your craft.

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