March 13, 2008

Something that Works Now

Kathleen Turner (she of the memorable husky voice) is perhaps best known as an actor, but currently she is represented on the New York stages by a production of Crimes of the Heart that she directed.

Interviewed in New York Magazine about influences on her choices as a director she says,
"We need to have something that's workable enough that we can move through. Otherwise, really, you just keep stopping yourself all the time. For many actors it's a kind of avoidance, or maybe insecurity, that they fixate on little things. You need to get to the little things after you've found out why you're doing what you're doing and how you're doing it."
Sounds like great advice for organizational strategy development or personal goal-setting as well.

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