“As we’ve noted here before, Simon Rich is a mind-bogglingly prolific creative force. At 29, he’s built a body of work that includes screenplays, novels, magazine articles, short stories, and Saturday Night Live sketches….
WORK ON WHAT YOU WANT FIRST. For more on global leaders in technology, design, media, music, movies, marketing, television, and sports, see Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People In Business 2013 report. Read more with Simon Rich here.
Recognizing that not everything you do today will be something you’re dying to do, Rich says you might be better off tackling your favored task first. “It sometimes depends on deadlines, but I’ve found that the most efficient thing is to write what you want to write,” Rich says. “So if I have a movie script due, and I don’t really want to do it–really what I want to do is write some short story that I’ve started–I’ve found that it’s actually faster to just write the story and then go to the screenplay. There are exceptions to that, if something is really due imminently, but I always secretly know, in the back of my mind, what I really want to be writing.”…”
love that – trying to follow this today!
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