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The Cure for Writer’s Block May Be in Your Head

Just ask yourself these 3 questions and pay attention to your answers

The Cure for Writer’s Block Is All in Your Head Just ask yourself these 3 questions and pay attention to your answers
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Writer’s block — the scourge of the writing profession. Most of us have experienced sitting in front of our laptops, brain dead when it comes to writing. Early in my career, I was a communication officer for a major bank. Every morning I had to sit at my desk and…

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Patricia Haddock

Patricia Haddock

Writer, editor, coach helping people move from where they are to where they want to be. Find me at Mind Cafe, Illumination, Coffee Times. & pat@phaddock.com.

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