Danny sits at his desk, looking at a blank screen. He starts to feel anxious because a project he thought would take a few hours has now morphed into a few days. His deadline is tomorrow and he is struggling to get his project off the ground.
As the deadline draws closer, the anxiety level rises. He contemplates calling his client and giving them some bogus excuse why his project won’t be done on time. Or even worse, he considers giving up altogether. Yes, Danny has a bad case of writer’s block.
Have you experienced this before?
I know I have, and it is not a good feeling.
Regardless of how experienced you are, writer’s block can — and will — happen from time to time. What matters most is what you do to overcome this obstacle so you can rev up your creative engines and get back into your writing groove.
7 Simple Strategies
There isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” method for overcoming writer’s block. What works for one person may not work for another. So, in the interest of providing you with lots of options, here is a list of seven simple strategies you could try to get back into your groove.
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