It takes painters, composers and Nobel Prize winners years of practice to create their best work, writes
James Clear. That means you'll need to get comfortable with putting out a lot of junk as you develop your creative skills, he writes. "Creating something useful and compelling is like being a gold miner," he writes. "You have to sift through pounds of dirt and rock and silt just to find a speck of gold in the middle of it all."

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