Woody Allen: What I’ve Learned

I never see a frame of anything I’ve done after I’ve done it. I don’t even remember what’s in the films. And if I’m on the treadmill and I’m surfing the channels and suddenly Manhattan or some other picture comes on, I go right past it. If I saw Manhattan again, I would only see the worst. I would say: “Oh, God, this is so embarrassing. I could have done this. I should have done that.” So I spare myself.

There’s a lot of good advice in this, but after editing last night’s podcast & having to listen back to my every um, ah & er, this one stood out for me.

Man, thank god Pete hosts the show.

Also: Woody Allen is 77 and still gets on a treadmill? What a gun.