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✒️ Power of Paper

Sunday Summary
Hi👋, Vyshnav here

As a designer and illustrator, I love creating stuff on paper first. While doing this way, I feel physically connected with what I’m creating. Ideas come naturally during this time.
My visual ideas, UI designs, and writings are first created using pen and paper. I like to draw and write using my hand, then strike it, do it again, and repeat until I’m happy with the final result.
This helps me create content and designs faster and avoid confusion while doing it digitally using my laptop.
In fact, I’m writing this newsletter on a paper. I love this process. And here is what author and artist Austin Kleon has to say about it.
The computer is really good for editing your ideas, and it’s really good for getting your ideas ready for publishing out into the world, but it’s not really good for generating ideas. There are too many opportunities to hit the delete key. The computer brings out the uptight perfectionist in us—we start editing ideas before we have them.
Do you use pen and paper for your creation process? If yes, I would love to see what you have made recently. Please reply to this email with your creation or tag me on Twitter.
🎯 Goal Progress
✏️ Things I Created
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7 Visual Ideas from the book - The Minimalist Entrepreneur by @shl

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Increase your chances of success by failing more
📝 Quote of the Week
You can work to develop unfair advantages for yourself, based on what you have to start with – you can get an education, develop expertise, move cities or even countries, make friends, expand your networks and, most importantly, change your mindset. These are unfair advantages that you can develop proactively.
~ The Unfair Advantage (Book Notes)
♥️ Favourite Things
🩺 My Health is starting to Suffer by Mrwhosetheboss - The most important thing in our life is not money, fame, or expensive gadgets. It’s actually our health. This video is a reminder for everyone to start taking care of their health.
🖼️ TweetPics by Typefully - Make any image look great on Twitter. Add a unique brand to your images to make them really pop on Twitter. Adding a colorful frame to your images with TweetPics will help you define a consistent style that your followers will recognize.
🎨 - A growing archive of over a thousand design resources, weekly updated for the community. Discover highly useful design tools you never thought existed.
💎 3 Ways To Find Great Content To Share by Josh Spector - How to find great content to share with your audience in your newsletter, social media channels, blog posts, and more.
Have a great week! 🥳
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