Its been awhile since I’ve written a proper article spotlight, so lets change that. Quite a while ago I found this article and have been using its wisdom ever since, I do admit to forgetting to share out the tidbits with you. It was written by Writer’s Relief*, a service that can help author’s manage the business of their writing. Make sure to check out the full article via Huffington Post, below is only a snippet of the full article and it’s worth reading.
Diagnosis: Self-Doubt. We’ve all wondered at some point: What if I’m not any good? A writer’s self-doubt is tough to overcome.
Remedy: Letting others evaluate your work is necessary for constructive criticism and growth as a writer. You can start small by having a close friend or relative read your work. Taking that first step will give you the confidence to show your work to a broader audience.
Diagnosis: Impatient Attitude. We know, we know: You want your writing to reach as many readers as soon as possible. But impatience doesn’t just cause unnecessary stress -- it negatively affects your writing. Rushing will divert your focus from creating quality work to worrying about your typing speed.
Remedy: Take a chill-pill and relax, re-read, and rewrite. Take the time you need to achieve your goals without sacrificing quality!
*Note: I have not used the services provided by Writer's Relief, nor am I endorsing it or recommending it, I simply enjoyed their article via Huffington Post and wanted to share it with you.
Creativity is tricky and without inspiration it can be like trying to swim up stream, how do you overcome creativity block?
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