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Always Arguing About Something? Turn Your Quarrels into Fight Club Content to Attract Thousands of Readers and Gain Authority Status

Which of the following article would you read first?

  1. What is Writer’s Block?
  2. How to Beat Writer’s Block
  3. Why Writer’s Block is Your Secret Weapon

The third article is from from copyblogger.com.

What sets it apart from the other two?

It dispels the myth that writer’s block is your enemy.

It’s a fine example of a piece of Fight Club Content.

It goes into the ring to fight the notion  that you should summon all your resources to fight an enemy when it’s actually your friend.

So, what makes Fight Club Content stand out?

It takes a stand, even if it’s not a popular one and that alone turns it into a click bait.

Fight Club Content Strategy

That said, how do you create Fight Club content and turn your existing and future blog posts into traffic magnets? All from enjoying yourself picking a quarrel in your content

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How to Exercise the Writing Muscles in Your Brain and Write Each Time You Sit Down : At Home, At Work, In a Cafe, Anywhere, Every Day

Just like you have body muscles to lift heavy objects or kick a ball, you have muscles in your brain for writing.

Only thing is you can’t see them.

Keep these mental muscles in shape and you’ll write on demand, any time, anywhere you’re required to, as easy as getting up from your chair and walking.

While developing your hand or leg muscles comes naturally, the same is not the case with the writing muscles in your brain.

Why?

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Two Preparedness Tricks Prolific Writers Use to Pump Out High-Quality Content in No Time : Chances are You’re Not Using Them and Probably Won’t Dare

The biggest mistake any content creator makes is waiting for a content idea to strike before sitting down to research and write it.

Adopt this approach and your content faucet trickles instead of gushing out.

If you’re running a content blog or if content marketing is the core of your business, you’ll have to replace this snail-pace method of content creation with a more kickass, proactive approach.

When you see writers and  bloggers produce high-quality content on a consistent basis you may think they are super intelligent or geniuses.

They aren’t. They just have a behind-the-scenes, sleight of hand  that enables them to stay ahead of the game. 

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Lost Motivation to Write? Help Yourself to this  Buried and Forgotten Instant Motivation Trigger to Kickstart Your Writing Every Day : This ‘Breakthrough’ Discovery is Proven to Work

What’s your motivation to write? Money? Fame?

What if you don’t get those? Would you go on writing?

Have you met someone who could write well but doesn’t?

The next time you meet such a person, ask her why.

Chances are she would say she has no time etcetera. That’s a lie. A white lie.

Want to know what the truth is?

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Finishing Writing WHat You Start

The One Productivity Ultimatum That Gets You Finishing Every Writing Project You Start

Do you start writing projects as easily as turning on the tap and but don’t dare ‘close’ them?

There are various stages of the writing process where you ‘chicken out’.

Idea stage. You get an idea for a piece of writing. You jot down the idea. You know it’s a good one. One you should work on. But you don’t do anything beyond it.

You get an idea, and you expand  on it. You even write a synopsis

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Attitude on Writers Block

Have a Deadline Fast Approaching and Can’t Get the Words Flowing? Gobble Up Some Food for Thought from Writers Immune to Writer’s Block

Struggling with writer’s block. Stop wasting time and energy trying to exorcise the demon.

Taste these nuggets from established writers who have successful slayed the dragon.

Who knows, your words may get flowing again.

1.Who faces writer’s block? Only writers fond of coming up with excuses for not writing. .

“There’s no such thing as writer’s block. That was invented by people

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Survive Writing Overwhelm : Quick Fixes

Writing Overwhelm Survival Guide

Too much to do?

Very little time to it?

Not making progress in what you’re attempting?

Can’t see the wood for the trees in a ‘challenging’ writing project?

If so, you’re suffering from writing overwhelm.

Really? Not really.

Writing overwhelm is a Frankenstein’s Monster. You created it and now it’s getting you.

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Music Habits - Reading Notes

What I Learnt about Writing from a Book that Has Nothing to Do About the Subject

Sometimes it takes a non-writing book to open your eyes to  the realities of  the writing process. Realities which despite you being very much aware of, inexplicably slip out of your consciousness.

This book, Music Habits – The Mental Game of Electronic Music Production: Finish Songs Fast, Beat Procrastination and Find Your Creative Flow by Jason Timothy talks about writing music but the thinking behind the creation process  is very much  applicable to writing.

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Which of these 2As Should Come First If You Wish to Succeed as a Writer?

I’ve met many who are more well-read than I am, more educated and have a better way with words than I do but have nothing much to show as a writer.

They know much about the writing process. They know how  writers create. They  know the subjects that would make good reading.

They can write .

But they don’t make progress because they have the first A but not the second.

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Have Multiple Writing Tasks to Complete? Here’s a Trick to Get All of Them Done

It’s not every writer who has the luxury of working on only one writing project at any time.

Whether you’re working on personal writing projects or work-related ones you’ll more often than not, have quite a few to juggle. Chances are you’ve started them on a sudden wave of inspiration. Over time you had difficulty coping   owing to time and energy constraints.

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