The Quality of What You Create Should Last For Generations

We live in an age where it is easy to create and share. But whose responsibility is it to create work of the highest quality – living up to exacting standards that even your audience doesn’t expect?

My wife brought home a cup that she bought at a second-hand shop, a cup that was crafted by a local artist out of pottery. The artist felt it wasn’t perfect, and thus, she couldn’t sell it in her gallery.

The video above tells the story, and why it is important for creators to consider how their work should create a legacy that lasts for generations.

Thanks.
-Dan

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