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10.2.15

A simple writing technique to overcome perfectionism inertia

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By Bryan Collins

When you have to create fresh topics for your blog each week, sometimes you just feel stuck.

Since finding a way into your readers’ hearts and minds is your goal, you can exhaust your brain trying to find that perfect connection. As a result, instead of producing the perfect piece of content, you accomplish very little or nothing at all.

Several years ago, I discovered a writing trick that helps me overcome these types of perfectionism problems.

Read more at Copyblogger.

 

 

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