If you want to make writing easy, you need a way to manage anxiety and worry.
These days, I rarely suffer from anxiety about my writing.
It wasn't always that way however. For many years, I struggled – I had a real gift for making writing hard for myself, and for anyone who was unfortunate enough to be around me. I'd make a decision about something, would start to write, and would then second-guess myself.
So I studied books like How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, and I finally learned to worry about a piece of writing before I signed a contract, rather than afterward. From then on, once I'd signed a contract, or had accepted a client, I'd make a plan, and would write, worry-free.
Try it yourself. It's a simple process. Just decide that once you've committed to a project, or a course of action, you'll do it. You'll just show up for your writing every day, and you'll write.
"80 percent of success is just showing up": Woody Allen
You'll discover that once you simply start showing up for your writing, you can have fun. You don't need to concern yourself about what happens with your writing tomorrow, or next week, just today.
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