“It gets late early out there.” – Yogi Berra A participant at a recent conference asked in the Q & A, “How did you come up with the title of your upcoming book Someday is not a day in the week” I told her, “I’ve met so many people over the past few years who talked about what they were… Read more →
“On the last day of the world, I would want to plant a tree.” – W. S. Merwin Do you keep promising yourself that someday you’ll make time for your creative project or something you really care about? Please understand there will never be a right time and you’ll never have more time than you have right now. Someday is… Read more →
“My parents always told me I wouldn’t amount to anything because I procrastinated so much. I told them, ‘Just you wait.’” – Judy Tenuta Are you procrastinating on something that’s important to you? Why? Many of us wait for perfect circumstances to take action on our projets, dreams and goals. We tell ourselves we’ll do it when we have more… Read more →
I remember when screenwriter Eric Roth spoke at Maui Writers Conference. He was as eloquent then (he’d written the #screenplay for Snow Falling on Cedars) as he is now with this line he wrote for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, “Our lives are defined by opportunities; even the ones we miss.” Have you been presented with an opportunity? Are… Read more →
George Eliot said, “Its never too late to be what you might have been” 150 years ago … and it’s as true today as when she first said it. When you were young, who did you want to be? What did you want to do? Where did you want to go? It’s only too late if you don’t start now.