Finding order in your scenes: Just wait

Eudora Welty, American writer best known for her 1973 Pulitzer Prize winning novel, The Optimist’s Daughter, was a woman of huge intellect and daring. (Her application letter to the New Yorker in 1933 is worth a Google search – as a sample, this is how it starts: Gentlemen, I suppose you’d be more interested in […]

Acknowledge: the most powerful word in the English (or any) language

“Acknowledge by signing here….” or words – indeed instructions – to that effect.  Acknowledge, as defined, means “undeniable.”  When someone acknowledges you the impact is undeniable and often it feels good. They have connected to you, recognized you, congratulated and thanked you. Acknowledge can bind us – contractually and emotionally – to something real. Social […]