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You don't have to do it all by yourself.
August 3, 2016
You want to make something. You want to be able to say, "I made it." That is a wonderful feeling. If you ask for help, you feel like that diminishes your right to say you made it. Not at all. Input from other people can be very helpful. Sometimes the actually advice they give may not be very helpful in and of itself but will spark an idea in your mind that leads to greatness. I had a wonderful experience this past weekend. I went to my niece's bridal shower. (That alone was wonderful and my sister-in-law did a marvelous job putting it together as she always does. I keep saying that she should be a party planner. My other niece did an equally wonderful job with the games.) After the shower, while we were all visiting back the house, I brought the latest designs I have been working on for Creations by RED and asked for everyone's opinion. Good and Bad. If you can't stand to hear the bad then put your stuff in a closet. Not everyone will love everything you make. Some designs or materials were liked and others were not. Everyone was generous in offering suggestions to make the designs more appealing or spin offs that could be an entire other product. I am very grateful for their honesty. How else would I improve?