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Every published writer suffers through that first draft because most of the time, that's a disappointment.
You have to have a work ethic, and you have to be educated in what you're doing. You have to take it seriously. It doesn't mean that everything you do has to be serious. But you've got to have the tools.
A film goes through so many hands, that by the time it's done, it might not resemble what you thought you were making.
Glance into the world just as though time were gone: and everything crooked will become straight to you.
I tend to be a subscriber to the idea that you have everything you need by the time you're 12 years old to do interesting writing for most of the rest of your life - certainly by the time you're 18.
You never know, the way technology is going, we might all use the games for scouting by the time I retire.
By the time you're eighty years old you've learned everything. You only have to remember it.
My work ethic came from my parents and my fear of failure. I came from a small, predominantly black school and I didn't want to let them down.
As a teacher you can see the difference in kids who have parents who were involved. That difference, by the time these kids get to the third grade, is drastic.