Tpyos (or why everyone needs an editor)

It doesn’t matter if you are the best writer on earth, everyone makes mistakes. They are called typos (typographical errors) for a reason.

But, typos are actually a good thing because they teach us a humbling lesson: we are stronger when we work together.

No author writes a book without an editor.
No professional athlete hits the field without a coach.
No student can grow to new heights without a teacher.

We all need someone: a mentor, a roll-model, an advisor, a leader.

Others can offer us valuable feedback from an outside perspective on how we can do better. If you are wanting to learn and grow, lean on those who can help you get there.

Everyone needs a ettitor.

Improvisation (1899), Childe Hassam

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