Start from episode one

Mark discusses the concept of starting from episode one and explores the journey and growth of creators over time. He shares examples of YouTube channels like HowToADHD and MKBHD to emphasize that regardless of where you start or the privileges you may have, it’s inspiring to see how creators develop their content and improve over time. By looking at the arc of their progress, you can gain insight and motivation for your own creative endeavors.

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