We spend so much of our time focusing on what we do, that we rarely take the time to ask why we’re doing it.  And yet, that simple step can make a massive difference in the quality of the art we create.

 

This short video is a dramatic testimony to how understanding your “why” can transform the quality, depth and emotional connection of everything you write.

 

Take a few moments to watch this. I guarantee it will stay with you for a very long time.

 

If you have problems viewing the video here, you can watch it at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZe5y2D60YU)

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    Comments

    1. Lori Eaton
      September 30th

      Having that man change the scenario of WHY he was singing what he was singing, was a perfect teaching example.
      What a voice! (no pun intended)

    2. Tracy Bryan
      September 30th

      It IS all about purpose. Aside from all the musts and gotta dos, it’s refreshing to be reminded of the whys. Thank you for reminding me.

    3. Deborah Schaumberg
      September 30th

      Thank you for sharing that! Totally motivational.

    4. Beverly Ewan
      September 30th

      Loved every minute of this video. Thanks so much.

    5. Lauri Fortino
      September 30th

      Thanks for sharing this. It truly was inspiring! Although, sometimes it’s difficult to pinpoint exactly why. I’d love some tips on that.

    6. Janice A Thompson
      September 30th

      Thanks, i needed that video to remind me of why I want to be a writer.

    7. Lisa Reiss
      October 1st

      Awesome! Thank you for this!

    8. Tessa Kruger
      October 1st

      I loved to listen to him. I saw him in the movie ‘WAR ROOM” and even while he was speaking I could hear the sense in WHAT he said.

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