Keep goingThis is for those of you who "can't draw" and are thinking about quitting nuzlocking or art all together OR JUST ANYTHING IN GENERALKeep going by NintendoPie
HEY YOU, YEAH
WHATEVER YOU WANT TO DO IN LIFE, DONT QUIT. GO FOR IT. NO MATTER WHAT ANYONE SAYS, NO MATTER WHAT IT IS, FUCKING GO FOR IT. NO ONE SHOULD BE ABLE TO STOP YOU FROM DOING WHAT YOU WANT TO DO, IF THEY DO, THEYRE ASS HOLES.
At first, this was mostly going to be for comic makers, but turned into a thing for everyone and anyone. If you think you don't have the skill in doing what you do, keep going. Just keep going. Unless you don't like your story, then by all means, start over so you can get better (We've all had that happen before amirite?). BUT STILL, DONT GIVE UP. YOU'RE GOING TO IMPROVE. EVERYONE'S GOT A TALENT EVEN IF THEY CANT SEE IT!
YOU WANNA SIGN UP FOR A BAND AND PLAY AN INSTRUMENT/SING YOUR LITTLE HEART OUT? GO DO IT
YOU WANNA BE AN ARTIST? GO DO IT. DRAW THE BEST DAMN THING YOU CAN AND BE PROUD OF IT
YOU WANNA BEC
How to Win Friends and Influence PeopleI recently read “How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie, and I totally recommend it to anyone who has to deal with people for a living. (so just about everyone)KupoGames
The short version of the book is: Be polite and empathetic towards everyone you meet, and show a genuine interest in them. Avoid arguments and be very sensitive and understanding when trying to change someone’s mind. Admit it when you’re wrong. Remember that people are emotional creatures, and that they’re motivated by their own pride and desires more than anything else. Make people feel appreciated and important.
Although the book is mainly set in the context of business transactions, I think it’s quite useful in just about any type of relationship, and I’ve been figuring out a lot of the lessons on my own over the years while dealing with people online.
Here’s some of my favorite quotes from the book:
“Remember that the people you are talking to