Reiterate and Refine

Whatever you are working on right now is not your final version.

The only final version that exists is the one that is bought, paid for, and is committed to film or printed on paper in a book and sold. Until that moment, there is always the opportunity to change it.

So why are you worrying how it looks now?

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