One thing I try to do is start working and focusing on my next project once I finish it. Once a project has been published to whichever format it is going out as, I tend to not look back—unless of course something horribly goes wrong or I need to fix it.
So many times do I find something in the next episode that I could potentially add to the past one, but the time and energy required to do so would not add to that project. Plus, each piece of content shows my growth as a creator. I am not ashamed of what I put out in the past, but I am most proud of the current work I am doing.
I say don’t look back, EXCEPT to learn from it for your next project.
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