Wednesday, December 1, 2010

A Clear Mind

It amazes me to think about how much more productive I can be as a writer now that I don't have a full-time job to compete with.

Working at Eaglebrook - and even Williams to some extent - took up so much space in my head, that my creative side had to struggle to reach the surface. It is only since leaving those old thoughts behind that I have really begun to flourish as a writer.

I am extremely lucky and grateful to have a spouse that encourages my dreams and is willing to support me while I have a go at this. If I had to work full-time, I don't think that I would be able to learn as effectively or come close to reaching my potential.

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