Write about your writer’s block

David Kadavy
Feb 20, 2017 · 1 min read

If you’ve ever tried to write, you’ve probably had trouble writing at some point. You don’t know what to write about. You can’t move forward.

Write about your writer’s block. Within the fear, the paralyzation, and the self-doubt, are universal truths of the human condition—things people have been experiencing for millennia without ever really cracking the code.

Your readers have experienced it, too. Good writing resonates with your readers.

If nothing else, it gets your fingers moving. But it also exercises the important muscle of being attuned to your truth in the moment. And interesting writing is all about recognizing, and exposing, your truth.

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David Kadavy

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"'The Heart to Start' is solid advice from David Kadavy. It's not too late." -Seth Godin. 4x your creative productivity: http://kadavy.net/tools

100 Words About

Short thoughts. About 100 words short.

David Kadavy

Written by

"'The Heart to Start' is solid advice from David Kadavy. It's not too late." -Seth Godin. 4x your creative productivity: http://kadavy.net/tools

100 Words About

Short thoughts. About 100 words short.

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