Whistle while you work

I have been having a blast (except for the time when I tried to cut the tip of my finger off!) working here at the studio.

Many magazines and business folk have flocked to hear more about it.

Click HERE for the latest.

It’s been a dream of mine to open a movie studio for as long as I can remember. I always wanted a place where I could put my crazy ideas on film and help others do the same thing.

I am delighted to say that it’s happening!

However… It is happening as a result of hard work and sticking to my guns. It’s amazing how many people will ┬ástep in front of you to say that your dream can’t come true. Is too big. Is unrealistic…

Funny thing is… this time everyone is all for it. My friends and family and co-workers are behind the whole idea.

Feels good… no… great!

But… I want you to look into your mind, heart and soul and find your dream. It’s there. Maybe just under the surface… maybe deep down inside… but it’s there.

If your dream has been squelched by someone… a group of people… or even the weight of life and life’s responsibilities… I urge you… dare you even… to resurrect that dream. Blow the dust off… pull it from the mud… chip the concrete off of it with a pocket knife if you have to and start going for it.

You’ve been given one life. I believe we’ve all been given a dream… a design. I also believe that we can’t fully function to our potential until we are operating within or design… our dream. Operating short of that is like running on ice.

The illusion of movement… of achievement.

Rachel Handler is fantastic in Smothered. She didn’t let a car accident get in the way of her dream.

Only YOU know if you are living your dream. Working it (living your dream means your are headed in the right direction. It doesn’t mean you’ve gotten there!).

Smothered is the first of many rungs on my dream ladder. Are you climbing yours?

What can you do today… right now… to head yourself from your head to your toes in the right direction?

Seize it!