The Writer’s Lens – E42: How Do I Get (Over) Writer’s Block?

Writer’s block to a writer is like a debilitating injury to a pro athlete. It sets you back. It keeps you from moving forward. And no matter how hard you try, you just can’t “break out” of the funk you are in.

In this episode, I press on through the process of publishing my second book, The Shadow Of Mars, by talking about my own struggle with that enemy of creativity, “writer’s block.” I talk the causes, ways to remedy writer’s block, and what NOT to do in order to deal with those moments of uninspired, non-creative hell.

And for the bulk of this episode, I’ll be using author, speaker, and podcaster, Jeff Goins’ methods as a template. Jeff has built a successful author platform over the years and I find his work to be top-notch so I’ll be talking about his ways of dealing with writer’s block along with adding my own to this episode.

Lastly, there is a bit of a rant at the end of this episode, but I decided to keep it in. Understanding our priorities is another way of keeping our creative juices flowing. We are all creators in some regard. But, we also have other priorities we must attend to – school, work, family, relationships, God, etc. One way to become more productive is to put our priorities in line. So, I trust that my rant at the end of this episode ties back in the best way possible to what we can do to alleviate writer’s block.

Here is a link to Jeff Goins’ blog post on Writer’s Block: here.  Enjoy!

Source: The Writer’s Lens – E42: How Do I Get (Over) Writer’s Block?

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