In Seth Godin’s book, The Practice, he talks about shipping creative work.
“Shipping, because it doesn’t count if you don’t share it.”
“Creative, because you’re not a cog in the system. You’re a creator, a problem solver, a generous leader who is making things better by producing a new way forward.”
“Work, because it’s not a hobby. You might not get paid for it, not today, but you approach it as a professional. The muse is not the point, excuses are avoided, and the work is why you are here.” (The Practice, pg 3)
That is the premise of the whole book. And he goes into explaining in creative detail why each of those principles matter.
Well, that’s all this blog has been, a place to practice. Of course, I haven’t been consistent. And that’s what I lack. But I have produced quite a bit, if you look over a long time period. So, here it is. This is my creative work.
And it’s time to ship some more.
Thanks for being here.