How To Break Out Of A Creative Slump In Twenty-Four Hours

6 Fun techniques, and the one thing you should never do

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A creative slump is nothing more than a recession. Your mind temporarily pulls back to regroup from the excesses of creative prosperity.

1. Learn about a new subject

2. Apply your expertise to something off topic

3. “Listen to” fiction

4. Edit someone else’s work

5. Experiment and write about it

6. Write by hand

What you should never do

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