There is no such thing as writer's block

"Seriously. You have gotta be on another tip to understand the science that Seth Godin drops."

Those were the words of a friend of mine as we were discussing Seth's blog posts at 1 am in the morning, and he is absolutely right. 

Seth is a Jedi Master when it comes to dispensing his ideas and challenging the status quo.

In a recent post, that you can read here. He basically says it as it is and in about 12 short sentences he takes a sledge hammer to the world view of many creative artists (Myself included); saying that there is no such thing as writer's block. 

After reading it about 5 times my brain was like...

"Do you understand how deep this is? Do you get what he is saying here?"

In a nutshell: 

Your world view that makes you believe that such a thing as writers block exists is stopping you from the creating the very thing that you so desperately want to create. 

Where as you refuse to see that through discipline, commitment and daily practice you can push past the lizard brain that holds you and your art to ransom.

If you wish to become a prolific creator. You need to show up. Day in and day out.

Side note: SUSDAT - Stands for Shut Up, Sit Down and Type

Recommended reading:

Linchpin - By Seth Godin

Do the work - Steven Pressfield

The War of Art - Steven Pressfield

On Writing - Steven King