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Overcoming Common Writing Fears

Overcoming Common Writing Fears

  • Publish your work. Writing is a process and releasing it is the final step.
  • Writer's block can be overcome with a strong habit built of sitting down to write each morning.
  • Fear of not writing well can slow you down if you start obsessively self-editing. Keep writing, you can edit later.
  • Self-doubt can be cured with fast writing. 
  • Fear of rejection is overcome if you write for yourself, build a daily writing habit, and keep publishing every week. 

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