A fantastic TED talk by Steve Jobs: How To Live... →
Last night I took a class offered by Gotham Writers on writing for children’s books. The class was meant to be an introduction to a lengthier course, but I found the information that the teacher gave in the brief period of time he had to be extremely helpful and insightful. The advice that stuck with me the most came in the form of discussing character development in the story. He said...
This bridge will only take you halfway there, to those mysterious lands you long...– ~Shel Silverstein
Who Are You?
Life has a funny way of turning you into someone you never thought you would be. From a very young age we are taught to put a label on ourselves, forcing us to grow up feeling compelled to follow the “dream” of our choice for the rest of our lives, for the consequence of NOT following that dream results in failure. In our first year of school, when the teacher asks “What do you...