In a freelance writing funk? When your blank screen looks like a yawning abyss, it’s a telltale sign.
You don’t even want to approach the edge of that first line. All that emptiness reminds you of how far you have to go to get to the other side.
Despair sets in. Your mind reels. Productivity tanks. And your freelance writing well goes dry.
Sound familiar? It doesn’t have to be like that.
There’s a way to get any freelance writing project to go from bud to blossom to bouquet.
For years, I’ve used three unique productivity hacks to blunt the fangs of writer’s block, get more work done, and make a living writing.
It’s how I’ve published a novel and landed assignments for magazines like Forbes, the Los Angeles Times, Vox, Popular Mechanics, WIRED, and many others.
If you’re in a freelance writing funk, feel like you don’t have any good ideas, or it’s taking you eons to write content, it’s time to let your mind go.
Here are three ways to become a more productive writer.