Do you have writer's blocks?
Imagine if you could draft an email with ease or create a social media post that puts a smile on your face and everyone who reads it?
You see, writer's blocks come in many different guises, for many forms of writing.
Blank page syndrome, articulation afflication - whatever name you choose, those writer's blocks are there!
Many people's blocks are limiting beliefs such as 'I can't write', 'I'm not creative' or 'I don't know what to say' - who says so? Has anyone told you this specifically? Or is it your opinion?
These blocks might even be belief obstacles such as 'I don't have time', 'I have too much to do for clients' or 'I have more important things to do'.
Exercises to release your writer's blocks
The weekly exercises will help you fully embrace writing copy and content - be that for business or pleasure. You can take as much or as little time as you need to complete each exercise. Just go with what feels right.
At the moment, I'm unsure as to how many exercises I'll release because I'm going with what feels right, too. My intuition says six to eight, but if all goes well, and people enjoy the process, there can be plenty more exercises to ignite your creativity.
Let your creativity flow
The most important part of this experiment is to set the intention of completing every exercise by allowing your mind to be open. Let go of the constraints of what you think the answers should be or what others want to see. This experiment is about you and your writing ability. It's about finding what feels right to you and your audience.
Are you ready to:
As a thank you, I'll send you my FREE guide to 'Connecting with Your Inner Storyteller'. The guide will show you how to become 'writing ready' and overcome the writer's blocks that prevent you from tapping into your authentic voice.
So, if you're with me, each exercise is released at 9 am BST every Monday. Don't worry, you won't have to do anything live, but you will want to keep up and complete the exercises in order.
☝️ Let's do this! ☝️
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