Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a complete newbie, at some point it’s bound to happen. You’re going to find yourself in front of your laptop screen, staring at a blank page.
The cursor will blink accusingly at you.
The whiteness of the page will threaten to blind you.
Meanwhile, you’ll keep stealing glances at the clock on the top right of your laptop screen, feeling the pressure and trying to stop yourself from breaking into a cold sweat.
You guessed it, my friends. I’m talking about that most nefarious of mortal enemies, aka writer’s block.
Unfortunately, if you’re a professional writer, waiting for that pesky Muse to get the fuck back here and do its bloody job isn’t going to cut it. You’re going to have to find a way to power through this.
You’ll be happy to learn that this isn’t as hard as it sounds.
Read on for my proven five-step approach to stop writers’ block in its tracks and nail every assignment.