There is no such thing as writer’s block.
That’s the first rule of handling writer’s block.
I have a rule for myself – that I create 3 new things a day.
That’s the second rule of writer’s block – create a baseline for yourself – such as 3 items a day or a video or whatever is appropriate for your sitch.
Now, the human mechanism does have something to say about this, which is why we have rules for content creation.
In my case I just did 4 or 5 intense days of work.
I have set up a couple major systems here at the site and I woke up feeling satisfied.
Also, empty, as in, okay, “what’s next?”
So I employed the third rule which is opening the page (or software or camera).
And the idea comes. The idea comes every time.
And you get the idea down and then it is done.
And the shadow of writer’s block disappears with that shining light.
Of course, I use prompts – a fancy word meaning looking out at the world and letting my mind interact with it.
Because that’s where ideas come from.
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P.S.: After writing this, I hit my 3, and along the way generated ideas for a half dozen more items that went into the file. Just because your brain is chillin’ doesn’t mean it stopped working.