Beekeeper’s Block

A beekeeper never skips a day of work in the beeyard because he wasn’t in the mood or the work was too hard or the bees were stinging too much.

Why do creatives” use these excuses all the time?

Be a beekeeper. Wake up and get to work. The bees are waiting.

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