Elizabeth Glibert pointed out what most people don't want to say: we are now too afraid of losing creativity and it in fact stops us from nurturing creativity. We are expected to be creative, and to be successful. Not only our parents, our friends, teachers, boss, colleagues, children have expectations on ourselves, we has the same expectation too. As a result, we are afraid of being fail. We are even more afraid of being success, because we are afraid it would be the most successful thing we will ever do and we will never exceed that. We live under great pressure, worrying not being creative and successful. However, no matter the work is successful or not, we should keep doing the things we love.