In order to continue creating, I believe, that we have got to be authentic.
Authentic and transparent.
Because this authenticity is what people are drawn to.
It fosters both trust and relationship.
Over time, people will take notice.
And being noticed may open opportunities that we never expected.
When we sincerely offer our gifts to the world, not through hype but by practicing in public, the world often repays us by first taking notice and then responding with loyalty. We get better, earning an audience that will allow us to continue creating for years to come.