If I've been thinking about writer's block all wrong, maybe I've also been thinking about my writing habit all wrong.
After months and months (and months...) of experimenting and networking and fretting, I'm finally beginning to feel that I've found my entrepreneurial groove.
As an editor, I'm thankful for the experiences I gained during my MFA program. In addition to honing my craft, I learned how to offer (and receive) constructive criticism, the type of criticism that benefits the writer.
The more you exercise your brand voice muscles, the stronger you'll become at discovering the tone, style, and words that define you.
When searching for a product or service, customers often are looking for something that they can believe...and believe in. They aren't looking for an advertisement. They are looking for a story.
What if writer's block isn't something that we can control? What if it is something that we must suffer through?
We introverted business owners may prefer working behind the scenes. But that is not going to make our businesses grow. How then can we accentuate our personal brand without forcing ourselves into fake extroversion?
Since becoming a solopreneur, I've grown personally and professionally and have realized that turns of events can lead to the most unexpected but worthwhile paths. I've also become more cognizant of the decisions I make...and why I make them.