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Poop on Writer’s Block Part 3: A Habit of Love


(In Part 1, we identified the Poop Principle; in Part 2, we saw how love brings us back to our writing.) We love writing (or love at least a significant part of writing), yet we all have excuses and ways to avoid writing. Why this is so puzzled me for years. I explored and reflected […]

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Keep Writer’s Block at Bay by Keeping Writing Something You Get to Do Part 2


If you don’t think of writing as something you have to do, you never find time for it, but if you do make writing something you have to do, it leeches all the joy out of it.

Here’s where a Product Time habit comes to the rescue.

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Key Questions Part 1


What did you intend to do in your writing this week? Did you commit to that in some tangible way? Have you created accountability for your writing? In other words, who else knows and cares about when and how you write? In case it hasn’t occurred to you yet, those are leading questions. I’ve seen […]

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Don’t Take Yourself Seriously Part 3: Keep Your Promises


I can’t tell you exactly how you’ll discern your Self from your self and how you’ll finesse the balance between your ego-self and your True Self . But one guideline I find helpful is to always honor the promises you make to yourself and others. When you honor a commitment you make, you strengthen your awareness of […]

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