But all the good ideas are taken…

How to write when you don’t have anything to say

The fear of being unoriginal is exactly why most of us hesitate to write.

What’s the first thing you do when you want to write something? You google the topic. And then you find there are hundreds of blog posts already written about this topic.

So you move on, and try to find another topic to write about. And again, you find another hundred articles on the same topic.

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