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Looking for an audience to serve

Creatives that work with intent spend lot’s of time discovering the crowd they serve. They do it by engaging in conversations with their audience, learning about their journey, desires, and struggles. No doubt knowing more about who you serve gives you better ideas to come up with. But what happens if you have no audience to engage with? No audience, no pool of customers or followers?

I’m a product designer that writes with doodles about creative process, entrepreneurships and self-development.

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Miguel Lobato

Miguel Lobato

I’m a product designer that writes with doodles about creative process, entrepreneurships and self-development.

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