As Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart once opined about obscenity, you know stuckness when you see it. And feel it.
And, possibly, fear it.
I just wrote a book about stuckness – well, how to free yourself from stuckness, and become unstuck.
FLOAT: Becoming Unstuck for Writers is
going to be published this fall!
Feeling stuck doesn’t need to be a permanent condition.
In fact, sometimes, the stuckness itself can send an important message, a key to understanding your next step. The FLOAT Approach to becoming unstuck is a gentle, stepwise invitation to your inner wisdom.
Because on a bad day, we can be uncertain what to believe.
Through my work with authors, and with my own writing, I’ve put together an approach to becoming unstuck, along with a host of tools to apply, depending on how you’re feeling and how much bandwidth you’ve got at the moment.
Find your way beyond the stuckness, by working with, not against, yourself. That’s the gist. Want to learn more? Send me a comment here. And thank you!