Jeff Goins’ father once told him if he wanted to do something and have fun doing it, he must first go through the painful work and build up the resilience so it’s no longer painful....
Jeff Goins’ father once told him if he wanted to do something and have fun doing it, he must first go through the painful work and build up the resilience so it’s no longer painful. From a childhood full of bullying and an young adulthood full of self-doubt, Goins grew to be confident in his abilities and his own vision of success. In this episode, he busts down the myth of the starving artist and explains why you don’t have to “fake it till you make it” as long as you have the confidence in your abilities and determination to persevere.
Jeff Goins is the best-selling author of five books including The Art of Work. He runs the blog GoinsWriter.com and wants to share his creative vision with the world so that others will feel confident in sharing theirs.
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