Quotes of the Post:
"Colleges and Universities make six-figure money selling the promise that six-figure money (and more!) can be made writing for the movies. Gurus do the same, traveling the world with stacks of what some say are bottles of snake oil disguised as books, and proceed to recite their tomes to their salivating proto-scribes in vast auditoriums before selling them the very same information in those very same books."
"While I will admit that we probably can’t teach someone which choices to make within a pre-existing assembly of potential content, I will also argue that we can get darn close. Education and life start us off, and writers we admire and emulate carry us forward. Development of a viewpoint takes us further still. So, what’s missing? Maybe the most elusive element of all: our creativity. And note, I say “our,” creativity. It’s within every last one of us. All we have to do is to learn how to access it, how to use it."