Creating Bad Work: the Key to Success
Drew Dernavic is a successful cartoonist, working for The New Yorker.
He took this picture of a pile of his cartoons:
✅ Accepted ("Yes") vs. ❌ Rejected ("No")
This is a good reminder.
Whatever you create:
🔹 Data visualizations
Your work can be bad.
In the beginning, it will be bad.
My first LinkedIn article was.
I still have lots to learn, but I've surely improved my writing.
If we are afraid to create bad work, our work will never be good.
❌ No experimentation
❌ No feedback
❌ No learning
Want to grow your "Yes"-pile?
Dare to create a bad version.