Try this little hack
Have you heard of the saying “kindness spreads?”
Guess what? It’s not just kindness that spreads, inspiration can spread too.
As a writer, I constantly aim to inspire others as well as be inspired by other writers.
Words of inspiration work like magic. Every time I read an inspiring post from any of my favorite writers, I get inspired too.
And some writers share their wisdom so artfully and tastefully that you feel like you’re walking in their shoes and can taste their success.
Reading inspiring posts is insanely good for us. It inspires us and pushes us to take action. It turns a light switch in our brains. It motivates us to do something that we wouldn’t have otherwise done.
And you know what? It may be a secret to staying motivated as a writer.
The idea is simple: You read something inspirational, and it catches on to you. It pumps up your creativity.
This platform is full of inspiring people — writers, entrepreneurs, freelancers, digital artists, who share their life lessons and words of wisdom.
The secret to staying in the writing game is to constantly fuel your creativity and get inspired.
And there’s no shortage of content on Medium. You can read anything that floats your boat. It could be a success story from a newbie writer, advice on how to crank out 10,000 words per day, or how to succeed as an online writer.
Inspiration works as powerful fuel to creativity
And writers need it more than anything. Words of other writers fire you up and fill you with doses of inspiration. The more you read inspiring posts from writers who share your journey, the more you’re inspired to write.
Writing can quickly become an addiction.
So, if you’re struggling to put the words down, all you have to do is read a few inspiring posts.
It will help you to get in the writing zone faster. How do I know? Because many times I’ve tried this remedy myself — it works and it kicks my writer’s block to the curb.
Staying in the writing game isn’t always easy. Sometimes we need to press on a magic switch button to help us. If you’re struggling to write, simply read inspiring stories of other writers.
Uplifting stories will motivate you to stick to writing. This writing advice is easy to implement. It has worked for me, and I’m sure it’ll work for you too.