Be True to You

In general, it comes down to not worrying too much about what others think. Ultimately, you’re going to upset some people, but if you’re true to yourself and create something for the right reasons — as in, you genuinely love what you’re doing — then you will succeed. If no one sees what you’ve created or buys your product, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a failure. If you’ve made something to make yourself happy, then that’s success.

designer, developer, and publisher Elliot Jay Stocks, interviewed by The Great Discontent