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CynthiaCoons says

Hi Everybody!

So excited to be part of this community! Does anyone have any advice they want to share with me?

Thanks bunches! Cynthia

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Alexlasek says

Welcome to GR Cynthia!

I have one, in my opinion, the most important advice: NEVER GIVE UP!

Beginnings are always hard :)

cheers

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CarlosViloria says

as I have always said and I repeat now it would be rather than focus on the quantity of work you produce, focus on the quality, no matter how long it takes. Quality work will always take you further ;)

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TanyDi says

Be unique and create unique items :)

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INDUSTRYKIDZ says

Be Orgininal !!!

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RoundedHexagon says

Good to know, thanks. I’m new here too :)

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mrcharlesbrown says

Three important words that will guide you through are ‘Follow Your Passion’.

Five words that will help you to be successful here are ‘Do What You Do Best’.

These will distinguish you from other authors and you will climb faster in no time.

Good luck!

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unlockedart says

I am also new here and I am still at zero sales, but I agree 100% Alexlasek, I am not giving up! Thanks everyone else for the advice.

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joeBanana says

The biggest moment for me was a rejection. Rather than fear of it, get in the “looking forward dealing with it” mood. After that, you’ve got or may have not an Envato Attiutude.

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candeed says

Lucky that today we found many useful advices from GR experienced authors here.. Very helpful..

Alex Lasek and Joe Banana : “Never give up.. and deal with rejection”

Carlos Viloria : “Focus on quality rather than quantity”

Tany Di and Industry Kidz :“Be unique.. and original”

Mr Charles Brown : “Follow your passion.. and do what you do best”

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