By Ausra Motuzaite-Pinkeviciene (get free updates of new posts here)
If you're like me who spends any portion of the day in making and creating things, you definitely must have doubts about being original in your work.
I too struggle often with this. I don't think new ideas exists. They're just new combinations, perspectives, and versions of old ideas.
Here's the thing:
Why create anything if everything has been created already?
Watch this: David Lynch on Where do Ideas Come From
He says that ideas are like fish. You don't make the fish, you catch the fish.
Go see a doctor, if you'll not get at least an urge to create something today after seeing this short video.
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