Time management, that's a big one. (So, I also have a dog who's being very, very talkative right now.) But as far as all the different spheres of what I do, acting, writing, producing, Ms. In The Biz. They're all kind of interconnected, yet all totally separate. So, with acting, it'll be… I have an audition or have a shoot, and I have to really hyper-focus on that. With producing, I feel like I'm kind of always doing it. If we are in development for something I have to be giving yes-es a no-s to stuff, same with if we're in an edit or if we're in distribution for something, I have to put that hat on. With writing it all depends on what I'm doing. If I'm writing guest articles, then I have to really be hyper-focused on that. With Ms. In The Biz I have to be hyper-focused when I'm doing that as well, and I’m managing all of the different writers and I am programming all this stuff in with my assistant editor. It's all really time-consuming but I love it all, and I had to learn that there are only so many things that I can do in a day, and only so many things that I can commit to. Because as soon as I over commit, I start to get anxiety and I have to make sure that I realistically look at the amount of time I have and what I can actually accomplish, and if it actually goes along with my final goal. So goal setting for me and figure out ways to get there are really important. (Very, very important and I apologize for my dog, I hope you're able to hear all that but I'm often dealing with puppy too, just the reality of life.) I hope that makes sense and 'Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less' is a book that completely changed my life and I realized that it's all about prioritizing and figuring out the things you have to do to get a specific goal and if something doesn't feed that, to say no, get rid of it, move on, and that's OK.