Quick Tip: Never Start With A Blank Page

Have you ever sat down to write and stared at the screen in front of you or the paper in front of you, and found your mind wandering as you wondered what to write?  You may have chosen your subject, but those first words just wouldn’t come to you.

The best way to avoid this problem is to never start with a blank page.  You should always have something to work from, such as some research you have done, an article you’ve cut out or copied, or a list of ideas you’ve come up with.  This gives you some fuel for your brain so your brain doesn’t have to do all the work!

An extra hint: This works well for writer’s block too, throughout all the stages of writing your booklet manuscript.

To your riches!


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PPS: For those of you who have inquired about my new product, it’s at the printer’s as I type this and should be available next week!  Stay tuned to the blog for updates!


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