Directors determine what is essential to bring life to a script – who will play the different roles, what problems need to be worked out, staging, etc. When you go see a play at a theater, you see that script come to life on stage.
A director takes a screenplay, and reworks or rewrites it as necessary to achieve the outcome wanted. The director knows the strengths and weaknesses of the players involved, and achieves a positive outcome by bringing together all the elements required for that desired ending.
Today on my blog and podcast, I’ll share the story of a woman who felt locked in a life with no future. Together, she and I created a plan that enabled her to become the director of her life. Read on…
There are many stories of people who have experienced and survived one crisis after another. In each situation, their first concern was to survive.
Next it was, “Where do I go from here?”
Perhaps you can recall times in your own life when you asked yourself, “Now what do I do?”
Today on my blog and podcast, I’ll show you 5 steps that will help you begin the process of rebuilding.
No matter where you begin, you can make it. Refuse to let the magnitude of rebuilding take away your resilience and determination.
A crowd gathered in the expansive home of a friend and colleague of my son. We were there to honor and celebrate his life.
After mingling and getting acquainted, we gathered in the spacious living room to share our stories about Don. One story I heard for the first time truly epitomized my son. Many people who gathered there that day used to meet regularly as a support group, where they encouraged each other as they endeavored to survive in a very tough industry, discussing potential and collaborative efforts on projects and their careers.