Empty lane, expressway


Call. It’s a lot like driving in the lane no one’s using right now. Yesterday I had a couple of things I needed to discuss with a CEO client. Not wanting to interrupt a meeting, I politely texted, “Are you free to visit a minute?” A few seconds later my phone rang. I answered with

Richard Ransom on Priorities

Soft-spoken, but intensely passionate about the things he held dear, my dad was a wise man. I learned much from him; reluctantly during my teen years but readily as an adult.  These words of his repeatedly bring needed focus into my world, it’s time I share them with you.

Can You Catch Both Rabbits?

I still remember the day I read Anton Chekov’s response to an old Russian proverb: I don’t know why one can’t chase two rabbits at the same time, even in the literal sense of those words. If you have the hounds, go ahead and pursue. I stopped and thought about it. For years, encouraging my proteges

F. Scott Fitzgerald on Writing

Writers aren’t exactly people… they’re a whole bunch of people trying to be one person. F. Scott Fitzgerald This rings true for me, especially when I’m writing a script or short story.   Does it sound like you? Link to graphic version: http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-VilGARM5wTo/T0WI25u6wdI/AAAAAAAABUo/3TgHloxBdlQ/s1600/writers+are+bookoisseur.jpg