I am starting to feel like a broken record but I am going to keep at it while I know that there are the stragglers out there.

Why aren’t you doing the work?

The amount of time and energy required to make excuses far exceeds the amount of time spent doing the work.

How much time? How about 30 minutes a day? How about 15? Spend 10. Write a page. In a year you will have 365 of them. That is 3 to 4 scripts.

That will be a lot further ahead than the direction you are going right now.

If you are telling everyone this is what you want to do for the rest of your life, then why aren’t you doing it right now?

Up next Friday Links Here are some links of things I have caught my interest, as of late: I Wrote a 120 Page Script But Can’t Write a Logline: The Construction of a A Part of the Process How do you know when it’s not working? How do you know when you are struggling and you just need to get out of your own way to make it work?
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