When you can consider it all one big experiment, the pressure to “get it right” fades away. And if you’re willing to learn from your mistakes by seeing them as opportunities to get better, rather than as ruinous setbacks, you’ll be light years ahead of most. Simply make adjustments and carry on.
When I left the classroom to work on my own, I thought I was going to love the solitude of working from home. I quickly realized that it’s really hard to do creative work when you’re the only one around.
I recently began working from a co-working space called Converge here in Denver and it’s changed everything.