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Screenplay Books 

What I’ve Learned From Screenplays

I wrote a screenplay recently. Immediately after completing my first one, I began a second. I’ve always tried to complete a screenplay before, but I was never able to commit. They’re very different than novels. Screenplays are blank canvases and novels are blank sidewalks. With a screenplay, a writer has to make art fit on a limited amount of space. Dialogue, scene descriptions, and character progression are all limited. You have to build relationships with only three lines in a scene. Less is more. With novels, there’s a lot more…

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Tomorrow Life 


Ever hear people talk about tomorrow as though it were today? I’m going to start working out… We should hang out… I need to stop smoking. This is my last pack, but… I’m going to give them a call… I’ll look up classes… In general, today is as good as tomorrow. Sometimes, we actually need to focus on tomorrow to get through today’s problems. But when it comes to your goals, aspirations, health, relationships, and overall well-being, today will always beat tomorrow.

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jordan lebron Writing 

LeBrons and Jordans

Recently, I made a comment to someone. It’s difficult to describe in context, so let me summarize: Person A made a general comment, such as, “In order to be successful, you must create an emotional bond with your clients.” I responded, “That’s not true. I know a very successful leader that used respect and rule enforcement to guide his followers. Person B added, “That may be so, but how many LeBrons and Jordans are there in the world?” Person B is who I’d like to discuss. Though the gentleman is…

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