Taylor Swift doesn't make wish lists
Taylor Swift never makes wish lists.
The 'Everything Has Changed' hitmaker insists she doesn't look into the future and try to carve out her career because she'd rather take each step as it comes as there is more sense of accomplishment.
She told Entertainment Weekly: "One thing I've tried to never do is make wish lists. I try to have a very steppingstone mentality about this whole thing, where as soon as you make one step you visualize the next step, not five steps ahead."
The 24-year-old singer recorded the track 'Sweeter Than Fiction' for the British comedy 'One Chance' - based on the life of 'Britain's Got Talent' winner Paul Potts - and she admits she is enjoying writing songs for films because it allows her to take a break from her own thoughts and focus on someone else's life.
She explained: "My experience with songwriting is usually so confessional, it's so drawn from my own life and my own stories. There's something so unique about that and I get a special buzz from that. But it's also kind of cool to focus on somebody else's storylines.
"Give yourself a little bit of a break from the introspection."
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