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Jack Dann Quote

“Give the best part of every day to yourself. Get up early and write if you can. Once you’ve put words to paper, you’ve conquered the day. Then you can put bread on the table and beer in the icebox.” —Jack Dann

18 responses to “Jack Dann Quote”

  1. Life is for the living and as such we should stop to just exist. Yes, as a writer it good to do some mental brainstorming daily. We need mental alertness.

  2. Such a lovely quote. There is power of writing and reading early in the morning. It helps guide your thoughts through out the day.

  3. This is a wonderful quote. In this word where everything is demanding, its not easy to even remember to give yourself sometime.

  4. We need to give the best to ourselves indeed. Appreaciate, treat and congratulate oneself for a job well done.

  5. I agree we should just make ourselves happy by giving the best to ourselves daily. Writing always put me in a good frame of mind.

  6. I like Jack Dann’s laid back way of looking at life. Some of us just take our lives too seriously.

  7. This quote shows us how to live our lives without stress. It is refreshing as much as it is educative.

  8. This quote shows us how to live our lives stress free. It is very refreshing and informative.

  9. Jack Dann seems like someone very interesting. I would have loved to have a conversation with him.

  10. Simply put the early bird catches the worm. Cliche perhaps but, it is there for a reason. It is cliche because it works.

  11. I love this quote. First I should put words on the paper, then I can put bread on the paper. I great principle to live by.

  12. Okay i have never heard of Jack dann before but i must confess i really do like the quote. Its really self motivating and really encouraging .

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