Learning Creativity From Jerry Seinfeld

A couple of things stick out to me here.

First, Jerry simply uses paper and pen. He doesn’t need some special tool to be creative. He simply sits down and does the work. Second, Jerry pays attention to every little detail of his joke, from beginning to end. He pursues his craft with excellence, diligence, and persistence. Finally, Jerry is expending great amounts of time in perfecting a joke about Pop Tarts. Shouldn’t we pursue excellence in things of the Lord even more?

Stephen Altrogge

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