The Geek's Guide to the Writing Life: Robin Black's Crash Course: Essays From Where Writing and Life Collide
Another reason why Crash Course ranks so highly for me is that I could not put it down. I told you at the beginning of this
In other words, how can you live your life on purpose instead of aimlessly wandering through life?
I believe we are all put here for a purpose. You were created with unique, God-given talents, skills, and passions -- and I'm a firm believer that our purpose in life is to live out all of those things for which we were created.
Omega: Your creative process is steeped in preparation, exploration, and a huge amount of research. Do you see a distinction
I'm an introvert, often mistaken for an extrovert. I can talk a lot, I'm not afraid of large parties, I have zero problems being the centre of attention and new places or experiences make me really happy.
How can we take time away from our everyday lives to pursue our passions -- without feeling guilty or not good enough? Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of Big Magic, explains (in detail).
This idea was a game-changer for me. For years, I've berated myself for not always knowing where my personal boundaries ought to be. So every time I stayed up too late or let people keep me on the phone too long, I'd feel like a failure. Shouldn't I have known better?
Elizabeth Gilbert Shares A Message of Courage, Passion and Creativity With A Sold Out Seattle Arts & Lectures Audience
Last night, author Elizabeth Gilbert spoke at the opening session of Seattle Arts and Lecture's 2015 season. The sold out crowd of 2,500 at Seattle's Benaroya Hall came expecting an inspirational evening based on Gilbert's new book Big Magic, and they were not disappointed.
No matter what you've been through, it can become beautiful in the retelling.