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Poop Principle Prevents Writer’s Block


The wisdom of the “Do What You Love, Love What You Do” principle needs to be complimented by the awareness that sometimes you have to do what you don’t love to do so you can keep doing what you do love to do. I call it the Poop Principle, which states that in any endeavor, […]

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If You Love to Write, Write!


Last time, I gave you a Radical Solution to Resistance, aka don’t do what you don’t want to do, as it applies to exercise. To effectively apply a Radical Solution to Writing Resistance, you need to know exactly what it is you don’t want to do. It’s probably something you associate with writing, not the […]

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Radical Solution to Resistance


When I recommend exercise as one of the five forms of Self-care that keep your brain creative, I’m frequently met with resistance. “I know I should exercise, but I don’t have time,” people tell me. If they’re really honest, they admit “I know exercise would be good for me, but I just hate it.” I […]

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