The only way to really make it
is to put every bit of your being into the thing that only you can provide.
The only angle is the art that you choose, that only you can provide.
And to do that, you have to be quiet for a long time and find out what you bring forth.
You have to know what's in yourself
—all your eccentricities, all your banalities, the full flavor of your woe and your joy.
What does it look like? What does it feel like? What makes it different from everybody else's?
It's totally subjective.
You're just given the task of bringing it up.