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"Stop learning, stop struggling, stop testing yourself. Do what you’re good at."

"When I really learned this it was a big growing-up moment — I finally felt commitment to what I was doing."Said the artist, quoted in a Forbes article titled "This Artist Stopped Trying So Hard And His Career Soared."Isn't this the old "Do What You Love, The Money Will Follow" theory? There was that book. I google the phrase and get to another Forbes article: "Five Reasons to Ignore the Advice to Do What You Love.
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