It Doesn’t Have to be Good

We live in an era where our access to information and the resources available to us greatly exceeds our understanding of how to use them.

In the last 50 years, we’ve developed the personal computer, the smart phone, the internet, and thousands of other world-changing devices which we use daily.

We’re living in the future, but thinking in the past. And our beliefs often reinforce this juxtaposition.

Given that:

  1. Our minds are still held back by industrial age beliefs about “dollars for hours.”
  2. For many of us after the first ~20 years of school, we don’t take an active approach to learning anymore.

It’s no wonder so many of us feel trapped by these old belief patterns.

The problem?

Many of us don’t choose to actively develop ourselves.

We spend most of our adult lives outside of school — picking up a few things here and there passively — but never dedicating our considerable brainpower to any meaningful pursuit outside of our routine commute

We are generally overstimulated but under fulfilled.

Scroll, scroll. Click, click.

We have to reignite our curiosity and hunger to become more. Now is the time. This very minute.

You have everything you need to get started.

Remember: your art doesn’t have to be beautiful, sophisticated or polished.

It doesn’t have to be good. Just put it out there.


Daniel DiPiazza

Daniel is the founder and CEO of Rich20Something. A millennial business mastermind, he has successfully started three consecutive freelance businesses and scaled them to over $100K in revenue with zero startup capital. His work is regularly featured in Time Magazine, Fortune, Entrepreneur, Business Insider, Fox News, and Yahoo! Business. His debut book, Rich20Something, publishes on May 2, 2017.

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