Jeremy Côté

Bits, ink, particles, and words.

Willing to be Wrong

If you’re not, you won’t have longevity in any craft. Instead, you’ll jump from one activity to another, always ready to call it quits when training gets difficult and you find that you’re wrong.

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In the end, our best idea can only be an approximation.

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The greatest thing you can give your audience is a reason to be excited.

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When I was a kid in elementary school, the teachers would give out what were called “negative incident reports” when one of us would exhibit bad behaviour. It was just a simple slip which detailed what we did, and obviously no one wanted them. However, some became so used to receiving them that they lost their initial power.

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