This guest post is by Ryan Biddulph of.
You lie to yourself. Every day as a blogger.
Okay, maybe you don’t. Maybe you don’t buy in.
But you probably do. If you moan about struggling to blog.
The lie is writer’s block. You have no ideas. You can’t write.
So you don’t write. Lose leads. Miss creative practice. Feel comfy cozy in your excuse zone.
The worst part about the lie? You can disprove it now. And ten hours from now. Or whenever you pen your next post.
But you need to a few things to attack, disarm and disprove the lie.
Abundance exists. Lack and limitation is a human concept. No shortage of ideas. Only an infinite flow.
You tap into that infinite flow any time you write a blog post. You choose to block the flow any time you surrender to writer’s block.
Both are choices. You choose to snag the idea or block the idea. Own this choice. You disprove the lie.
People buy in
People tend to buy in. Why? Any crutch supporting their limiting belief sounds great to them. No need to own stuff. Or succeed.
But if you can own your life you can become the master of your fate. That’s not a bad deal, I know.
Because ownership precedes acceptance, and acceptance precedes happiness. How’s that for a triple play?
You can’t buy in to writer’s block. You must reject the idea, when people note it, or use it as an excuse.
You are unlimited
You are unlimited and remain unlimited until you accept the idea you aren’t unlimited. Accept this. Where you at now, writer’s block?
Life follows your belief system. Writer’s block just made a hasty retreat. No more low energy handcuffs. You are free to write!
Do these things to dissolve writer’s block.
Meditation dissolve blocks—or limiting ideas—from your being. Once the block dissolves you tap into the infinite flow of creative ideas.
You generate many creative ideas by reading relevant blogs. Read, take notes, write your own posts. Love that jingle.
Surround yourself with winning bloggers
Winning or successful bloggers rarely make the writer’s block excuse. So you follow their lead.
Step away from the computer
Eureka! You have experienced the moment many times, and it was likely when you were away from the laptop. Detaching opens up you to creativity.
Do you buy into the writer’s block lie? How do you overcome this block?
Please share your thoughts in the comments section!
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