I'm Remy Barnwell, a 20 year old English major at Clemson. Much like anybody else in the world, I dream not so much of fame....but of recognition. I want nothing more than to write and have my works be read. One of my favorite things to say to myself each morning is "What would you do if you weren't afraid?" Before reading the first two sections of Show Your Work I completely subscribed to the 'Lone Genius' myth. I have often been afraid of collaboration because I felt like that would lessen 'my great break' whenever that came. I've been stepping out of my box and I recently started writing for The Tiger, I also started a film blog last summer which I have been reluctant to share. I have only made one post thus far, but for the new year I am vowing to myself to post more. I could die tomorrow, so this first section in Kleon's book showed me how important it really is to show your work. Not only am I going to continue to write, but I am going to continue to share.