A mentor, on the other hand, is trying to help their protege/mentee find the thing they want to be, and to push them toward that thing. I believe that’s best done by asking questions, but listening, and encouraging.
What can I do in the coming month to help you say “yes, and” yourselves? Do you want a reader/editor for a story/script/article? Someone to look over a project plan/idea? An extra/actor in that short film you’re not sure how to cast to get going?
This installment is so bogged down and overburdened with its own mythology that it’s lost its heart.
Elton John is the rare artist who transcends the hubris of the concept, in his case going on this farewell tour is an act of grace and kindness.
It’s been a busy week and Optional Irony drew the short straw. Lesson of life…
Last year I let my cynicism hedge my bets on Get Out winning, but I take credit for that as a correct call.
Masculinity is not violence, indifference, or cruelty in the name of toughness. Masculinity is courage to stand up in defense of someone who is being objectified or mistreated.
More than a decade sitting on this one and I’m finally feeling the pull of it as being imperative rather than merely tempting.
Pink Christmas wastes no time at continuing and expanding on its universe and characters so effectively that this installment feels robust while leaving me wanting more.
I make a point of marking my birthday with reviewing where I’ve come in the…