It’s like writer’s block. You’ve got a project that you want to work on or need to work on but you just can’t seem to put pen to paper, or in this case hands to keyboard. So what do you do? You write.

Easy, right? No, really it is. It’s actually that easy. You get through by getting through. What do you write though? Anything. If we were talking about actual pen and paper I would tell you to just repeat the same word or sentence or paragraph over and over but this is not pen and paper. So how do you get out of a funk?

You get out of a funk by pushing through it. Write something. Even if its something small or simple or silly or stupid, start writing now. Seriously, don’t even wait to finish reading this post. You can read the rest of this post when you’ve written something. No, seriously. I forbid you from reading the rest of this post until you’ve written SOMETHING.

Ok, so you’re back. I’m glad that you’ve written something. In fact, I’m ecstatic. I’m thrilled that you’ve pushed through that moment and into the next. You see, writing, in all its iterations is about moving into the next moment. Writing is the process of taking now and turning it into the future. What does this mean?

Writing is the process of taking yourself and putting it into something. In every project, you have to put something of yourself into it. If your stamp, your calling card, your soul is not imprinted on a project, I’d recommend you not put your name on it. When you aren’t invested in a project in this way, it might as well not even be your project. You are, at that point, a worker bee. And you don’t ever want to be a worker bee.

All hail the queen.

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