Himalaya: Listen. Learn. Grow.
The Daily Writer with Kent Sanders
Have you ever found yourself sitting, staring at the wall, thinking about that book you wanted to write? Then a few minutes later, you snap out of it and realize you were completely lost in thought?
If so, you’re not alone. Probably every writer can relate to spending more time thinking about a book than actually writing it.
But why do we do this? Why do we spend so much time planning, dreaming, visualizing, worrying, fretting, and stressing over a book before we even commit a word to paper? What is it about writers that we spend so much energy living in our heads, but we can’t seem to translate that energy into our hands by taking action?
On today's episode, Kent reminds us to look a little deeper if we are feeling creatively blocked.
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