Writers who feel they are not accomplishing as much as they could may search with some frustration for a solution. Whether the problem is internal or external, the solution is the same.
The secret to writing productivity is:
If you are striving to make money from writing, there’s a good chance that you have experienced the urge not to write. It’s a common problem among writers. How do you get past this strange urge to not do what you really want to do?
“Write every day”. This is a phrase heard frequently by all writers and writer wannabes. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? But writers are a strange breed. No matter how much we enjoy writing, most writers struggle with the urge not to write. When each day’s writing session rolls around, we repeatedly make cups of coffee, sharpen pencils, answer emails and otherwise distract ourselves from writing. So how to you get past the urge not to write?