Every toy is the prologue to some great amiss.
I realize that a writer’s business is setting fire to Piggy Sneed-and trying to save him-again and again; forever.
But some words to men and women, boys and girls alike: The quality of the work must merit the readers’ time and money. Do it for yourself, but make yourself a member of your own audience. There is no other way to evaluate your own progress.
It’s very weird to succeed at thirty-nine years old and realize that in the midst of your failure, you were slowly building the life that you wanted anyway.
You can’t colour your world with someone’s paint.
Largely ignored, by gurus and governments, are the older, high-impact growth firms. Though they generate almost all of the innovation and job growth in economies, there are not enough of them to garner the favorable attention of politicians or book publishers. For more on this topic, read Verne’s interview in Business Review Europe titled “Give the Gazelles a Break
Time is a waste of money.
Reprogram your life and mind-set by replacing the bad with the positive, the weakness with the strength.
…nor can we know ahead of the fact the unending absence that follows, the void, the very opposite of meaning, the relentless succession of moments during which we will confront the experience of meaningless itself.
Success requires, a human touch, intuitive powers and provocative thinking processes