5 Psychological Blocks that Stop Bloggers (and Writers) Going from Good to Great @OlgaNM7

I completely agree.  Although I love to write, find it therapeutic and an excellent way of discerning the thoughts that abound in my head, I find that actually publishing my thoughts is intimidating.  Additionally, I have done very little to publicize the fact that I’ve entered the blogging realm.  The book I’m reading currently, “The Secret Life of the Grown Up Brain”, has been very enlightening in many areas but one of the nuggets of wisdom I’ve gained is that middle age is the time when we should share our experiences.  In that case, perhaps we should all begin blogging?

Interesting read.

 

5 Psychological Blocks that Stop Bloggers (and Writers) Going from Good to Great @OlgaNM7.

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