Every writer has faced a moment when the words failed to appear.
The yawning whiteness of a blank word document can stymie even the most prolific writers, which is why a handy prompt and a strong writing regimen can be useful.
- Write about mistakes.
- Write about a cause you support.
- Write about your favorite childhood memory.
- Write about something that scares you.
- Write a letter to your future self.
The prompts might not help you finish your press releases or sales copy, but they could inspire your next blog post or guest article. Beyond that, regular workplace journaling is a great way to improve workplace performance.
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