4 Best Ways to Make Sure You’re Overcoming Writer’s Block

Writing is also similar to other learning skills you have. Practice is needed to be good at it. But then, there are times, whether you’re a professional writer or not, when you still experience the so-called writer’s block on one occasion or another. I have found out the 4 best ways to make sure you’re overcoming the writer’s block while I was writing a case study about a Singapore-based rental company Nam Seng Cargo.

1.     Ask Questions

Asking yourself using the five W’s questions such as who, what, where, when, and why is very helpful if you cannot write what you are thinking. You can do journaling and write down your thoughts about lorry rental price from Nam Seng Cargo as your example topic since these ideas can be from your consciousness. At least, you get your writing muscle obtainable rather than just sitting there in your seat and furious in frustration if you cannot think well.

Just like in Nam Seng Cargo, they allow their newly-hired employees to ask as many questions as much as they can so that those thoughts can be addressed right away. The company knows that not all queries in their minds will emerge as early as they get hired. There are many work-related questions especially during the 6-month required training process of lorries, trucks, and forklifts.

2.     Leave a Few Loose Threads Every Day

When you have the habit of stopping yourself in the middle of a sentence or an idea while writing about Nam Seng Cargo, you don’t have to pressure since you can leave yourself a few loose threads. For lorry pricing is a bit difficult writing topic, I assure you that you will certainly come up with any lorry price beginning the next day rather than to sit around and wait for something to inspire you about it.

In the exact same way, Nam Seng Cargo employees are not pressured to do their work if not within each individual’s capacity. They are left with the opportunity to finish up on the next day; above all, nothing good results well on the first work day for the prioritized job order.

3.     Brainstorm Ahead of Time

Writing and brainstorming are two different courses of action. So, you can break them up and brainstorm without the need to use a computer or take notes in your notebook. It’s a great way to do this brainstorming ahead of time while you are walking with a client of Nam Seng Cargo to be able to identify potential lorry pricing problems they have experienced.

4.     Write Every Day

Writing is like a muscle that you need to exercise it, or else it might atrophy. There is a need to practice this writing skill as regularly as possible. This situation is very similar to all Nam Seng Cargo employees. They have regular trainings in handling lorries and trucks for the professional drivers to ensure their updated knowledge and skills.

Conclusion

Every so often, the words just won’t come out when we try to write a poem, essay, an email, letter, or even a short novel. Do not pressure yourself because there is always a way if another doesn’t work out.…