Halt the Superficial
It's good to find new tools for my work.
The last 5 days have been simply wonderful. There have been so many little victories.
And yet so much still to do. I've pretty much decided to scrap all non essential efforts in favor of
complete focus on the main objectives.
Hence, very little site publishing and even less movie making.
It came from a revelation.
I realized one night not to long ago I did not want to base my career off
of things that required people's appreciation in order to succeed.
As in I didn't want to pander to what people liked in some superficial format.
I wanted to spend my time working on things I knew I could succeed with that
would also be independent of people's opinions. I wanted to pull things off where
I knew no one could argue with the result.
And spending time on movie making felt like a waste compared to what I often
day dream about doing.
And so I dramatically and without hesitation reduced all such activities.
I'm sure I'll make a movie if I really feel strongly about it or it becomes necessary
as part of work or presentation.
But I don't feel bad for halting that mess.
I know the day will come when my imagine wont' be the only place
I play. After all, why work when play is much more profitable?