Silent Noise: Healing Poetry of Life by C. Maria Wall
C. Maria Wall is Founder and Director of The Wall Foundation, Inc., a non-profit that she launched to help at-risk youth and their families. She has and still does various types of writing, as a President and CEO who oversees the daily operations of all board members and volunteers. In fact, she has been writing since she was old enough to hold a pencil, form words and put those words on paper.
Ms. Wall has written five books; three being poetry volumes and two books on Continue reading
Have you started a blog, website or launched an online store but lament that you just don’t have the time to do regular updates and editing? Part of the success that you long for is based on consistent participation in your own ventures. One definition of creative insanity is not participating in your own stuff, but continuing to expect others to.
Brent Riggs says:
In the end, it boils down to how serious and committed you are. It’s about priorities and discipline.
He writes about the things that it’s easier to do, rather than knuckle down and do that composing of posts, editing and updating. I once read this anonymous quotation:
Successful people do the things that others don’t like to do. (anonymous)
Read Brent’s suggestions on ways to find more time to invest in your creative ventures, in his article Just Can’t Find The Time.
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