FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY FOUR

Takashi Murakami via the Creative Independent. “It’s always easier to think about it as an analogy with the game of baseball. Think about a baseball player hitting a home-run after standing at the batting mound for just a few seconds. To achieve something in those few seconds they train every day. They train and meditateContinue reading “FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY FOUR”

FOUR HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT

Originally written on Twitter, now saved here: I think it’s kind of out of fashion to talk about discipline—creative, ethical, athletic, intellectual. It’s the kind of thing you can write off as an internalized productivity myth—a bad capitalist habit. But the people I admire most have an awful lot of it. It runs so deep.Continue reading “FOUR HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT”