• Richard Avery

The gatekeepers have gone

Unlike generations before us, we have the opportunity to create beautiful work that holds meaning, without having to ask for permission to offer it to the public.

The internet has solved many problems of communication, accessibility, cooperation, and collaboration.

But interestingly, it’s removed the gatekeepers from their posts in creative industries. You can produce and publish a book, song or entire educational course without permission from anyone.

This has made it even more demanding that we produce quality...

...but first we must produce. No one is stopping you other than yourself.

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