In 2002, Pulitzer Prize-winner Suzan Lori-Parks decided she would write a play a day for one year.
The result was 365 plays.
If you are a writer of any size, the accomplishment is staggering.
If you are a goal setter of any size, the accomplishment is staggering.
I read about the play-a-day goal of Lori-Parks in the ETR ezine of Michael Masterson, who considers himself a "strong player" in setting and keeping goals. That is an understatement when you consider Masteron accomplished all his personal and professional goals by the age of 40 (see his bio). Lori-Parks' story inspired even him to raise the bar higher this year.
And there is still more to the Lori-Parks story. Three years later, Lori-Parks and a colleague figured out how to stage all 365 plays by opening a day at a time and using 14 theaters.
A real plug for New Year's Resolutions!
Happy New Year!