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Writer’s Block Can’t Hit a Moving Target


That’s the magic of taking even just a small step: movement begets movement. Just one email can trigger an avalanche of activity. The trick, of course, is to make sure you’re moving in the right direction. But if you’re feeling immobilized by resistance, just about any movement is a good idea. It’s a lot easier to adjust the direction when you’re moving than it is from a dead stop.

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Announcement: New Coaching Opportunities (to Resolve Writer’s Block)


Now that I’ve completed the first draft of Around the Writer’s Block, I can open a few more coaching appointment times to new clients. I enjoy coaching as much as I enjoy drafting (the way you love your kids or pets in different, but equal ways), so I’m delighted to be able to open my […]

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