Welcome Obscurity

Welcome obscurity. It seems a funny thing in a world that’s focused on overnight successes and celebrities and big brands, but here’s the thing: they were once obscure, too. And even overnight successes aren’t truly overnight, they just seem that way afterward.

Obscurity allows you to experiment, and make mistakes without the whole world watching and that’s a good thing. Later on, the bigger and more popular you get, those early days will be remembered fondly and even missed.

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