Imagine You Change the Lives of 1000 People

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Kevin Kelly suggests you need just 1000 true fans to support you to be a successful creator.

To make a living in a creative career (such as photographer, musician, author, designer, dancer etc.), you need 1000 (or a few thousand) supporters who will support you by buying whatever you create (such as products, ebooks, knowledge, art, or music). Your true fans will buy all your creations…

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Associate Professor in Business & Leadership at University of East Anglia. Passionate about doodling, imagination, and creativity. Author of Self-Making Studio.

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Fahri Karakas

Fahri Karakas

Associate Professor in Business & Leadership at University of East Anglia. Passionate about doodling, imagination, and creativity. Author of Self-Making Studio.

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