Today I came across these words from the great jazz pianist Bill Evans. Recently, I’ve been thinking about practice and the work that goes into becoming a great artist. Evans echoes my beliefs on how it all works. There is no secret. The answer is focused hard work.
See the quote below the photo.
I believe in things that are developed through hard work. I always like people who have developed long and hard, especially through introspection and a lot of dedication. I think what they arrive at is usually a much deeper and more beautiful thing than the person who seems to have that ability and fluidity from the beginning. I say this because it’s a good message to give to young talents…
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