3 Steps to Transform a Blocked Mindset to one that Thrives

Approaches to Storycraft

Mindset can make or break a writing journey. Many writers don’t realize how much their inner critic can impact their writing routine. Where are you at in your creativity mindset? Are you feeling stuck, confused, frustrated, satisfied, neutral, joyful, bottomed-out, inspired?

We are less likely to reach the vision of success if our mindset is not aligned with our end goal. Have you ever worked really hard at accomplishing a goal or a project only to feel really let down afterwards? Left thinking, “Huh, well that wasn’t as great as I thought it would be.” That’s because somewhere along the way, our mindset was off, it wasn’t 100% on board with the process.

However, if you’ve got a strong, positive, confident mindset throughout your process or practice—then the end result will knock your socks off. You will reach your personal finish line feeling (and knowing) that you put your best self forward and that you chose the path that best serves you and your goals.

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One thought on “3 Steps to Transform a Blocked Mindset to one that Thrives

  1. My goals are always very limited but if I set my mind to write a blog post I really go all out to get it done within the time I have. I am not sure I would manage with longer term goals but your tips are excellent.

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