When I was looking for inspiration, I came across the quote below. “Be so good they can’t ignore you.” Steve Martin was such a powerhouse comedian in his early years that I honestly believe this could be his personal mantra. There are so few one-man shows that can sellout stadiums. Let’s not forget his movies, some which will be comedic classics for decades to come. I really believe he’s one of the best at what he does.
There’s a lesson for the rest of us here and I believe there’s a correlation to quality. No matter how good our intent to deliver something into the world is, there’s a chance it’s going to be crap if we don’t nurture the product.
My thought for the day – how do some authors put out 3 or more books a year? I’m not currently reading anyone who can do this. I’m very selective about who I read and go off of recommendations. Still, I’m wondering how you get the best story you can when the average author struggles to get thousand or two thousand words written in a single day. Hope to learn that one in the future.