“What I liked”

I only knew one thing.

And that was reflected in my work.

But I didn’t care.

And my audience didn’t care.

They liked it.

So I liked it.

At least I thought I liked it.

I thought I liked it because people said it was good.

Because other people liked it.

But I never liked it.

I never liked my work.

And it wasn’t until I started doing what I really liked that I realized others would enjoy my work more if I did what I enjoyed.

What I liked.

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