Three Ways To Obliterate Writer’s Block

blocked.jpgThe Story: There’s no such thing as writer’s block; there’s only a state called “not writing”.

The Point: Use these tested methods to dissolve writer’s block instantly.

The Resource: The War of Art, Steven Pressfield

What we call “writer’s block” is merely resistance to writing. Three ways you can dissolve this resistance:

  1. Sit down and write. Anything.
  2. Use one of the 3 ways to change your state… focus, physiology, or language.
  3. Write about why you’re not writing.

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3 thoughts on “Three Ways To Obliterate Writer’s Block

  1. Hey Ray,

    In this little lesson you just nailed Sir Issac Newton’s first law of motion:

    “An object in motion will tend to stay in motion and an object at rest will remain at rest unless acted upon by an imbalancing force.”

    I like your bottom line…Do whatever you must to get in “writing” motion, and you will stay in motion – it’s law…

    Thanks,

  2. The journey to 1000 words, starts with one first word.

    When I find that i’m worried about finding the right words and can’t find any words, I stop worring about anything. I don’t care about form, structure, spelling, punctuation NOTHING. I just do a brain dump of any fragments of thoughts that come to me. Before long I’ll have a pretty good outline that I can come back to, flesh out and clean up.