Carrie Brownstein on the “upside of not arriving” (via fastcompany):



“The notion that you’ve arrived, I think, is—first of all, it’s probably false—but it’s also a bad place to make any kind of art. To have a sense of yourself as an impostor or an outsider kind of pushes you to not settle for something.”

Carrie Brownstein on the “upside of not arriving” (via fastcompany):

“The notion that you’ve arrived, I think, is—first of all, it’s probably false—but it’s also a bad place to make any kind of art. To have a sense of yourself as an impostor or an outsider kind of pushes you to not settle for something.”

Reblogged from fastcompany