New blog: Bad writing isn’t terminal

Most with writer’s block doesn’t have a problem writing. What they have is a problem accepting that bad writing, imperfect writing, writing that might expose something they dread, writing that might feel, sound like, look like, even be, amateurish.

Let it go. EVERY writer and author experience these scenarios.

If you wait for the perfection fairy, your book won’t happen. Perfect is a snowflake. If you wait for it to arrive, you’ll never get where you envision your “there” to be.

Embrace the fact that a bad writing day, even a crappy one, isn’t terminal. In fact, it could be a seed to an amazing word sprint that’s ready to bubble. 

And embrace this fact: the more you write, the better you get … the more you write, the faster you get. It’s a good thing!

Just write … then write some more.

 


Dr. Judith Briles is a book publishing expert and inspiration book coach. She is the author of 37 multi-award books that have earned over 40 national book awards. Judith has guided over 1,000 authors in creating their books, earned in excess of $3,000,000 in speaking fees based on her books and gathered over $2,000,000 in onsite book sales at her speaking gigs. Her book, How to Create a $1,000,000 Speech flips a difficult topic into a simple and easily comprehensible plan. If you want to get into speaking, this is the guide that will be the game-changer to success. And, if you want to know more about Judith’s life, her book of “hope” is When God Says NO-Revealing the YES When Adversity and Loss Are Present. You can get it HERE

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