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I have seen this happening in myself, in particular when it comes to art critiques for school and writing music in my free time. I find it difficult to create anything if I’ll be the only one viewing it. It almost seems pointless. When I have a critique on an art project, I’ll work extra hard on it because I know it will have an audience of critical eyes. I want to impress my peers and not embarrass myself. With music, I find myself at my most creative whenever I’m soon to play for a live audience. This has only happened a few times, but whenever I play a show I’ve found that I write good songs quickly. If I have no audience to look forward to I write much more mediocre songs slowly. Due to this, I definitely agree with what this article has to say.