A Warning For Our Next Great Screenwriters
The Academy

I agree with you that on the technical side, the tools at our exposure have never been better, while the need to tell a riveting, and complete story is being ignored…

My problem is in maximizing the variable… My writing output has suffered in the past year, due partly to my incessive need to learn everything I need to market my projects/brand and network.

Now, I try to do as yourself. Rise early, get straight to the current project I’m working on — without checking my email, latest news updates, etc… and write!

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