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Why Great Art Requires True Grit

Excellent creative work doesn’t happen; it’s the result of endless iteration and tweaking

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IfIf you’re looking for what separates “okay” from “excellent,” you’ll find it between seconds 26 and 35 in French musician Soprano’s smash music video, “Le Coach.”

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