Category Archives: creativity

Writing is an art. Publishing is a business.

In virtually every endeavor there exists these two elements, the joy of human creativity, and the economics of human behavior (business). Which one you intend to pursue will determine what strategies you deploy and what outcome(s) you achieve. How you

Writing is an art. Publishing is a business.

In virtually every endeavor there exists these two elements, the joy of human creativity, and the economics of human behavior (business). Which one you intend to pursue will determine what strategies you deploy and what outcome(s) you achieve. How you

The opposite of certainty is not doubt, but adventure.

Certainty implies nothing more to learn, nothing more to discover. Certainty doesn’t inspire searching, exploring, or investigating. Adventure is to have wonder, awe, mystery, and surprise. It is the very definition of being “uncertain” of what may come, what may

The opposite of certainty is not doubt, but adventure.

Certainty implies nothing more to learn, nothing more to discover. Certainty doesn’t inspire searching, exploring, or investigating. Adventure is to have wonder, awe, mystery, and surprise. It is the very definition of being “uncertain” of what may come, what may

Our greatest imaginative challenge is not finding the right answers, but discovering the right questions.

We often think that we’ll have a better understanding of life if we could just find the answers to our questions. The problem, however, is that our questions predetermine the kind, range, and type of answers that will emerge. In

Our greatest imaginative challenge is not finding the right answers, but discovering the right questions.

We often think that we’ll have a better understanding of life if we could just find the answers to our questions. The problem, however, is that our questions predetermine the kind, range, and type of answers that will emerge. In

“The Gap” by Ira Glass

“Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I wish someone told me. All of us who do creative work, we get into it because we have good taste. But there is this gap. For the first couple years you

“The Gap” by Ira Glass

“Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I wish someone told me. All of us who do creative work, we get into it because we have good taste. But there is this gap. For the first couple years you