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How to Beat Writer’s Block: Part 1 – Working Out Why You’re Stuck

Today’s episode is about how to beat writer’s block. It’s the first in a mini-series of podcasts that looks at how to prevent writer’s block holding you back from making your blog a success. Writer’s block is very common. I get asked about all the time and suffer it too! In today’s episode, I share tips about how you can work out why you are stuck in the first place, along with solutions that will help you move forward. 

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In This Episode

You can listen to today’s episode above or in iTunes or Stitcher (where we’d also LOVE to get your reviews on those platforms if you have a moment). In today’s episode:

  • 3 types of blogger’s block
  • What to do when you are completely stuck for ideas
  • What to do when you have the ideas but just can’t get into a good writing rhythm
  • What to do when you find you have no problem starting blog posts, but you can never seem to get them finished

Further Reading and Resources for How to Beat Writer’s Block: Part 1 – Working Out Why You’re Stuck

How did you go with today’s episode?

Have you suffered from a bout of bloggers block? What variety was it? What did you do about it? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below.

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  • Todd Kelly

    I’ve started the 31 day challenge. Here is my elevator pitch. Any thoughts.

    A daily journal detailing my journey to overcome my worries, fears, anxieties, obsessions so that I can find my purpose and live my best life. With the hope that my struggles echo others struggles and what helps me helps others. I want to make you laugh more than you cry, but crying is always okay. Unlike baseball there is crying in life. Take this journey with me. I promise it will be fun.

    • Sounds like a great personal blog, Todd!

      Sharing actionable ways to navigate and overcome personal development issues, particularly mental health issues, sounds like it will resonate with people looking for help.

      You should share this in the comments section of Episode 1: