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7 habits of successful artists
What makes some artists more successful than others? Talent, luck and hard work certainly play their part, but there are also specific habits that, as it turns out, are of great importance. We asked 11 artists to tell how they structure their lives — and thus explore together how everyday rituals, large and small, make them “the most-most”. Below are 12 habits that help these artists create the best work.
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