Paul Sellers loves his craft. Since he was a teenager being raised in social housing, he has had an obsession with becoming a wood artisan. He was told by his teachers that he was doomed to ever become educated. He’s now seventy years old having worked in his shop for fifty-five some years. On Monday 19th, January 2009 Paul was selected to create two wood masterpieces to be placed in the White House itself.
- A creative idea is a precious commodity. So much so that one often opts to implement it immediately.
- It can feel as if sleeping on it is tantamount to enduring its loss.
- Finish up all the needful housework ahead of starting the creative work, thereby ensuring nothing stops you, save exhaustion.
“Designing takes a lot of creativity, something that I have a lot of, and it doesn’t matter how tired I am, the creativity keeps going.”