Debunking Writer’s Block: Your Writing Must Be Functional (Part 2)

To break through the block that you’re experiencing, try this simple formula: Write without stopping, no matter what. Stay in the present; perceive, don’t judge. Focus where you want to go. These are the fundamentals of depth freewriting. Write without stopping. Continue moving forward, even if: you don’t know what you want to say you… Continue reading Debunking Writer’s Block: Your Writing Must Be Functional (Part 2)

Freewriting Exercise: Finding Clarity About A Complicated Project

When you are faced with a complicated task, it can feel all the more daunting because of how multi-faceted it is. Every time your mind turns toward this project, you can’t make sense of it. Your thinking around it feels tangled in the layers of project management that seem to be required to get everything… Continue reading Freewriting Exercise: Finding Clarity About A Complicated Project

Freewriting Exercise for Uncovering Hidden Emotions

What are you feeling right now? Maybe you are interested. Maybe you’re bored. Maybe you’re not really feeling anything. I used to think that I was just feeling one thing. I used to believe that I was a pretty rational guy. I didn’t think I had emotional problems. But I do. And so do you.… Continue reading Freewriting Exercise for Uncovering Hidden Emotions

Freewrite Your Path to Creative Independence

What is creative independence? I use the term to mean things like location independence financial independence generally, your life on your terms a free mind being empowered to share your message and vision with the world The exercise that can change your life Everyone has ambitions, desires, and goals that appeal uniquely to them. Some… Continue reading Freewrite Your Path to Creative Independence

Declutter Your Writing Process (Phase 2 of 2)

Phase 2: Clutter in the creative process Click here for phase 1 You know your creative process is cluttered when You feel an oomph to get things done but when you sit down to work nothing seems to happen You have a to-do list that grows more rapidly than it shrinks You feel generally uninspired… Continue reading Declutter Your Writing Process (Phase 2 of 2)

Declutter Your Writing Process (Phase 1 of 2)

Writing is especially cluttery Of all the creative modalities, writing is not the most straightforward. If I draw something from direct observation, I put pencil to paper. I observe and I make marks. I’m using a single sense: vision. With writing, I use all five senses. I write imaginatively, I roam far and wide‚Ķ I… Continue reading Declutter Your Writing Process (Phase 1 of 2)

Freewriters Are More Prolific, But Is Their Writing Any Good?

Freewriters enjoy their writing time more than writers who stop and think. Writing without stopping brings the flow state. Their writing time is dramatically more productive than writers who insist on stopping and waiting until they have their next good idea. This increased effectiveness has another benefit: Because freewriters know how to write without stopping,… Continue reading Freewriters Are More Prolific, But Is Their Writing Any Good?

Writers, Don’t Waste Your Life In The Pursuit of Money

Ah, the thrill of the quick buck. I own a small business making and selling handmade shea butter skin cream. Everything involved with this business is pure pleasure. That’s why I do it. It earns me some money, and that’s a plus. But the main reason I make and sell skin cream is because it… Continue reading Writers, Don’t Waste Your Life In The Pursuit of Money

You’re Blocked About Finishing Your Book Because You Feel Mixed About Self-Publishing

First off, the main thing: You want to write a book! You are so cool. So… What’s stopping you from getting your stuff out there? Wherever you are in your book writing process, whether you are just starting out, somewhere in the middle, or sitting on a finished manuscript and researching book printing options… there’s… Continue reading You’re Blocked About Finishing Your Book Because You Feel Mixed About Self-Publishing