I love the story about Michelangelo. Thanks for sharing.

To the topic: I think it depends on what your goal is and what and how often are you sharing. It is different to say you want to be a marathoner vs a sub-3 hr marathoner, a writer or a writer for ABC or with XYZ readers.

One shouldn’t make a fuss about all progress but milestones are imho worth sharing. Like a 10k race results for a marathoner or a little concert/recording for a pianist or an article for an aspiring writer.

But then, also, some people are driven by competition and spotlight, for others it is paralising.

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Data scientist with corporate, consulting and start-up experience | avid cyclist | amateur pianist | Interim CDO at DataDiligence.com

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Adam Votava

Adam Votava

Data scientist with corporate, consulting and start-up experience | avid cyclist | amateur pianist | Interim CDO at DataDiligence.com

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