This isn't called a "Playbook" for nothing. I just don't like the term "work."
Don't think I'm a slouch.
If you knew how many hours, days, weeks, months, and years I've put into my writing, my teaching, my, well, most everything I do, you'd wonder why I didn't just take the job at Trader Joe's long ago.
But I can't.
I'm a writer.
For me, writing is play.
It's no longer work.
In fact, not much for me, at least what I create is "work" in the sense that it's stuff I don't want to do.
I want to do it.
I love writing.
I can't not write.
I can't not create, record audio, get in front of the camera and do video.
Here we go.
I enjoyed it so much I am now extremely intrigued and eager to read more of his writings and to follow up on the additional links he has offered to learn and grow even more from.