"The mathematical impossibility of universal delight"

Seth's Blog: The mathematical impossibility of universal delight:

If you're hyper-aware of what others are thinking, if you're looking for criticism, the unhappy audience member and the guy who didn't get the joke, you will always find what you're seeking.

As Steven Pressfield says in Do the Work, when attempting something risky, our allies include stupidity and stubbornness. Because the reality is that we just can't please everyone. Alongside this idea also reminds me of an earlier post, stop comparing yourselves with others.