There’s a Huge Problem with Trying to Make a Living with Creativity

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A creative genius believes he is destined to change the world with his words.

A hustler throws shit at the wall and sees what sticks.

They’re roommates and old friends from college.

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Lost southern boy shooting the breeze. Creativity takes courage, but the creative life is possible. taylorforeman.substack.com

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Taylor Foreman

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Lost southern boy shooting the breeze. Creativity takes courage, but the creative life is possible. taylorforeman.substack.com

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