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Think Forward

The Tour de France is huge at my house. My son, Alex, is a competitive cyclist, so we enjoy following the Tour and all its colorful drama. Chills, spills — you name it! Every year the Tour starts off with … Continue reading

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Not Lost

“A single dream is more powerful than a thousand realities.” “It’s the job that’s never started that takes the longest to finish.” “A pen is to me as a beak is to a hen.” “Not all those who wander are … Continue reading

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Insightful Instructions

“Obstacles are instructions, not obstructions.” Brian Tracy Hitting a writing roadblock is no fun. These potholes of the page can take many forms: We can find ourselves struggling with a thorny plot point or a character whose energy seems to … Continue reading

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Grass Baskets

Here’s a definition of an entrepreneur that I love: an entrepreneur is someone who will go over, under, around, and through any obstacle they encounter on the path to realizing their dream. Amen to that! There are all kinds of … Continue reading

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Bravo, Brainstorming

What to do, what to do when you get stuck? When you can’t figure out how to move forward, but you need to keep your story moving? Whenever this has happened to me, I’ve found that the best thing to … Continue reading

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