Writers often complain about having "nothing to write about".
Want to become more creative?
You can, when you tap into into your innate creativity.
Your creativity is there, all you have to do is to become aware of it.
Last year, in the 100 Day Writing Challenge, I taught writers a very simple process to become more creative and productive.
Here's the process in a nutshell.
Firstly, decide what you want to achieve. Set a goal, or goals.
Remember, your goals must have a deadline, otherwise they're just wishes.
Set your goal(s) using this formula:
Intention (WHY you want to achieve your goal) => Goal => Daily tasks to achieve your goal.
So start by setting an intention, and a goal. Then, working backwards from the date you've set for the achievement of your goal, create daily tasks.
In the 100 Day Writing Challenge, I asked writers to do these three things:
1. I want you to do your daily Challenge Tasks which you set for yourself.
2. I want you to talk to yourself about your writing on the computer screen, or on paper.
3. I want you to document everything. (In a Journal.)
The process is amazing.
Try it -- it takes just minutes a day, and it will turn you into a supremely creative writer.
Make 2011 the year you break through as a writer
Discover how -- this is a time-limited offer.