The REAL Cause of Writer’s Block? Probably Not What You Think
Hey, writers and music daters. Today, I want to talk to you about imagination.
So, many of you may know that I’m a little bit obsessed with the Middle Ages. I was sitting in this middle-aged “laverie,” which is where the people would come to wash their clothes. There’s a structure above and the river runs through it and people can wash their clothes here. And this is something that really captivates my imagination.
I feel as though I can see the people here, see them working, living, being human.
We all get our inspiration and our imagination from different sources and different things.
One of the things that I’ve learned in my years of working with writers is that it’s really important to know how your brain works, and how you get inspiration. You may have seen some of the work that I’ve done with writers here in the group.
One of the things that I do is really tap into into my study of neuroscience to find out:
- what kind of thinker you are
- what kind of creator you are
This is really to optimize your creativity, and to tailor our methods to suit your individual needs.
If you’ve ever participated in one of our salons, you know sometimes people talk about writer’s block. “I’m so stuck, I don’t know what to write next.” I’ve got a lot of strategies to help with that, through studying how the brain learns and creates. And I use that to really get you into a beautiful, expansive place of imagination.
I’d love to talk about where you are with your writing, where you’d like to go, and how you can get there and be successful in your writing career.
If this sounds like you, let’s chat. Until next time, happy writing.