The Cure To Writer's Block

Welcome to the 12 Copy Hacks of Making Cash. 

Each and every day for next 12 days I'm going to be dropping by with  a Copy Hack that's going to save your hack job of a sales page and get you the sale, finally start getting people replying to your emails wanting to work with you, and increasing engagement on your social media posts.  


Those are the kind of results curing your copy hack job does.

So, let's make it rain cash money. 

One the seventh day of Copy Hacks your rad AF copywriter (that's me) gave to you: 

The cure to writer's block

I get it. Even if you're not a copywriter, you're a business owner and at the very least a Facebook addict. 

Which means you need to write words daily.

Which means every freaking day there's a blank page mocking you.

Not anymore.

Let's shit all over your blank page.

With your words.


The Shitty First Draft.

Here's what's up.

Writing and editing are two very different tasks.

They're so different that they have their own job descriptions. You can be a copywriter or a copyeditor. 

Also, writing is right brain.

Editing is left brain.

You know what happens when you try to do it all at once? 

Brain hurty. 

Blank page, hellloooo.

So, from now on, this is what I want you to do when it's time to write: 

Take a brain dump all over your page.

Every single thought and word and idea and story and tangent and everything in between.

Get it onto the page.

Then, once there are no more words in your brain, congratulations!

You've done the writing part.

Give yourself a high 5 for writing a load of crap.


Because you got it all out of your head, ALL OF IT, and onto the page.

Then what? 

Then you can take off your writing hat and wear your editing hat.

And start to look at the words with an analytical eye.

And rewrite.

But you can't rewrite a blank page.

So first,

Take a brain dump all over that blank page and finally cure your writer's block.