You can be your harshest critic. (Nothing wrong with a high standard.)

You can build a studio out of your own bedroom.
(Building a WordPress site is a lot cheaper than building a Disneyland.)

And your Twitter feed, blog, and inbox can be an open road to the people who love hearing from you.
(Handwritten thank-you notes take too long to write.)

Of course, the opposites are worth noting.

You can be your easiest critic.
(The critic who thinks everything you publish is great, aka your inner narcissist.)

You can turn your bedroom into a consumption trap.
(Digesting more content than your brain can keep up with.)

And your anonymous online persona can be a vantage point to attack people.
(Because it’s easier to be a jerk when you have nothing to lose.)

So, which side will you take?

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