Dealing with a blank page
Find the humor in everything. -tdhurst tdhurst.com
“ Just write something down. Anything.” -Mark Trueblood YesTruebloodIsMyRealName.com
Keep a journal of journals. -tdhurst tylerdhurst.com
What was the most ridiculous/frustrating thing that happened to you in the last week (just in life)? -Elizabeth Newlin Rea...
Don’t need to be online. -tdhurst BarefootRunning.co
“ Notice things that large groups of people suck at and call them out on it (not specific people).” -Brian LaFrance Author...
Get things out of your head. -tdhurst RondyEnterprises.com
“ Start with an outline or just start typing ideas out, not necessarily complete sentences, evolve your piece from there.”...
Make a change. Something big. -tdhurst ForGuysLike.Me
“ Start brainstorming + don't censor yourself..” -Stephanie Liebold BoldAvenue.posterous.com
“ I like to use Quora to see what my audience is thinking about or what specific challenges they're facing.” -Greg Taylor ...
Think beyond yourself. -tdhurst ValleyPRBlog.com
Get off the computer.  Get impressionistic.  Get busy and actually write. -Jose Gonzalez thetorchtheatre.com
Free write. - Mark Levy LevyInnovation.com
Go off and perform some passive task with the subject in your mind. -Wendy Coneybeer wendyconeybeer.com
“ Create is the new consume.” -Hugh MacLeod GapingVoid.com
“ Start with a movie quote and apply it to some aspect of your life.” -Katie Charland KatieCharland.com
“ Write drunk edit sober. I find whisky works best there.” -Chris Conrey ChrisConrey.com
Make fun of yourself. It’s okay. -tdhurst MyFiveFingers.com
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How to deal with a blank page (WordCamp Phoenix 2011 Lightning Talk)

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Tyler Hurst's Lightning Talk for WordCamp Phoenix 2011.

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How to deal with a blank page (WordCamp Phoenix 2011 Lightning Talk)

  1. 1. Dealing with a blank page
  2. 2. Find the humor in everything. -tdhurst tdhurst.com
  3. 3. “ Just write something down. Anything.” -Mark Trueblood YesTruebloodIsMyRealName.com
  4. 4. Keep a journal of journals. -tdhurst tylerdhurst.com
  5. 5. What was the most ridiculous/frustrating thing that happened to you in the last week (just in life)? -Elizabeth Newlin RealEstateTangent.com
  6. 6. Don’t need to be online. -tdhurst BarefootRunning.co
  7. 7. “ Notice things that large groups of people suck at and call them out on it (not specific people).” -Brian LaFrance AuthorityLabs.com
  8. 8. Get things out of your head. -tdhurst RondyEnterprises.com
  9. 9. “ Start with an outline or just start typing ideas out, not necessarily complete sentences, evolve your piece from there.” -Wes Novack WesleyTech.com
  10. 10. Make a change. Something big. -tdhurst ForGuysLike.Me
  11. 11. “ Start brainstorming + don't censor yourself..” -Stephanie Liebold BoldAvenue.posterous.com
  12. 12. “ I like to use Quora to see what my audience is thinking about or what specific challenges they're facing.” -Greg Taylor TMCInteractive.com
  13. 13. Think beyond yourself. -tdhurst ValleyPRBlog.com
  14. 14. Get off the computer. Get impressionistic. Get busy and actually write. -Jose Gonzalez thetorchtheatre.com
  15. 15. Free write. - Mark Levy LevyInnovation.com
  16. 16. Go off and perform some passive task with the subject in your mind. -Wendy Coneybeer wendyconeybeer.com
  17. 17. “ Create is the new consume.” -Hugh MacLeod GapingVoid.com
  18. 18. “ Start with a movie quote and apply it to some aspect of your life.” -Katie Charland KatieCharland.com
  19. 19. “ Write drunk edit sober. I find whisky works best there.” -Chris Conrey ChrisConrey.com
  20. 20. Make fun of yourself. It’s okay. -tdhurst MyFiveFingers.com
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