On Writing: Lessons From The Breakfast Club

Last night, I took a trip back to high school with the “Brat Pack” to good ole Shermer High. It’s easy to see why The Breakfast Club became a cult classic and iconic portrait of high school in the 80s and beyond. The main lesson of the film is one to remember when writing (orContinue reading “On Writing: Lessons From The Breakfast Club”

Blink: The Power of Snap Decisions & First Impressions

“On straightforward choices, deliberate analysis is best. When questions of analysis and personal choice start to get complicated — when we have to juggle many different variables — then our unconscious thought processes may be superior.” –Malcolm Gladwell Do you agree? Or do you think the opposite is true? This quote is pulled from Blink, byContinue reading “Blink: The Power of Snap Decisions & First Impressions”