I spent today chairing sessions at the Royal Television Society's Birmingham Film and TV Summit and had one big belief of mine reinforced over and over.
It often seems in careers such as media that you have to do everything yourself. You have to put the show on right here. And it's true. If you don't push, nobody else will push you.
I know this to be true but what I believe is that it is good.
For this reason. If something needs to be done and it's down to you, you can and you will do it. If you're waiting for someone else to do it, they may not.
That's it. Not groundbreaking. But take on as much of the job as you can and you will do it.
I sound like a Hallmark Card so I'll shut up now.