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To assign unanswered letters their proper weight,... - Austin Kleon -
To assign unanswered letters their proper weight, to free us from the expectations of others, to give us back to ourselves – there lies the great, the singular power of self-respect. — Joan Didion, “On Self-Respect,” from Slouching Towards Bethlehem - Paul McEnany
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“Any man of reasonable intelligence can make money if that’s what he wants. Mostly it’s women or clothes or admiration he really wants and they deflect him.” ― John Steinbeck, The Winter of Our Discontent - Paul McEnany
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The author of genius does keep till his last... - Austin Kleon -
The author of genius does keep till his last breath the spontaneity, the ready sensitiveness, of a child, the “innocence of eye” that means so much to the painter, the ability to respond freshly and quickly to new scenes, and to old scenes as though they were new… This freshness of response is vital to the author’s talent… But there is another element to his character, fully as important to his success. It is adult, discriminating, temperate, and just. It is the side of the artisan, the workman, and the critic rather than the artist. It must work continually with and through the emotional and childlike side, or we have no work of art. If either element of the artist’s character gets too far out of hand the result will be bad work, or no work at all. The writer’s first task is to get these two elements of his nature into balance, to combine their aspects into one integrated character. — Dorothea Brande, Becoming A Writer, 1934 - Paul McEnany
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Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt On Hiring - Business Insider -
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“But criticism is a sign of life! You know who doesn’t get criticized? Nonentities!” —Erica Jong - Paul McEnany
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