Sunday, June 24, 2007

Goal

I am great at starting things. I get an idea and I am off. My problem is "middles." I have a documentary in the can, the script is done, and I am stuck. I have an GREAT idea for a show for RFD, but I haven't put together a proposal. I have decided to dig in deep this week and get going on these things because time's a wasting. When my documentary is done, I really want to get going on my RFD show, because I want to get out of news within a year. I have had 12 years of it, and really ready to move on. Like most horse people, I am exploring ways to make money and be around them. I think the Parellis REALLY need my help. They have this great video concept, with really crappy videography. Now Clinton Anderson on the other hand has nailed it. He has a great video product. If you look at most of the shows on RFD, they have some really bad videography. Maybe it is just me that notices, I am very observant when it comes to video. So I need to find a job merging my two passions, video and horses. Jane Savoie once told me if you announce to people your intentions, it puts you on your path to getting there. So here is my announcement. I will be doing something with video and horses by this time next year!:-)

7 comments:

Rising Rainbow said...

Oh wow, sorta like throwing down the gauntlet! Way to go girl!

I can't even get RFD TV and really feel like I'm deprived and here you are striving to make it better. I want to be able to watch the Tommy Garland series so badly! and other great horsemen as well.

ps I'm good at beginnings and middles but seem to lack in the endings..........

Donna said...

Good for you! I totally agree that once you tell anyone else about a goal, you are one step closer to attaining it. Word of mouth is your best advertisement.

arthist99 said...

Good luck to ya! I'm hoping to do something similar in the next year or so with my hobbies, but I'm not quite ready to go announcin' it yet. :)

Tracey said...

You and me both, dahling! You and me both. And I totally agree with the Parelli thing. Although, it does make him seem nearly human and not such a slick as snot on a door knob salesman, if you know what I mean.

So what excactly is this show about? Wild Horses, no doubt, and you need a star. Just so happens I can help you out...

photogchic said...

Tracey...my lips are sealed. I can't let the cat out of the bag! But once it is in the can and I pitch it to RFD---you all will be the first to know!

If I need stars, I need to look no further than my Arabian friend, my Wild Horse friend, my Niger friend, my Animal Luvin friend, my Photo friend, my Mystere friend, and on and on---you guys are all great....which gives me another idea for a show....hmmmm:-)

photogchic said...

I can't forget my desert-riding friend and my pony-tail friend. It is like making a speech at the Oscars--:-)

Ishtar said...

Hi Photogchic!

You are not the only one feeling lucky to be surrounded by such interesting and fascinating fellow bloggers; there are a whole bunch of us who so much enjoy yours! I got to know a Hungarian girl from South Africa through MyBlogLog, and she in turn got to know you, perhaps because I am such a big fan...? Anyway, she just awarded you as "Rockin Girl Blogger" because she liked your blog so much! Here's the link:

http://szavannablog.wordpress.com/2007/06/26/rocking-girl-blogger/

Keep up the good work!

Cheers from the Nigerien desert (even though I'm not really there just yet...)

Ishtar