I have a brain training app — it's called writing and it's the hardest thing I do.
The code of writing is practice. You can't possibly get writer's block if you force yourself to publish something every day.
When's the last time you got talker's block?
Writing is creating. It's an art, like painting and drawing where the end-game is clarity, abstraction, or intricacy weaved together.
It's not the writing that bogs down writers. It's the editing. It's the painful process of crawling through the brain dump you just took on paper. As the Marines say, “Pain is weakness leaving the body.”
So why write if the process hurts so bad?
“Why write? To write. To make something.”Claude Simon
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