I know that almost every writer suffers from writer's block at one point or another. The example I was listening to was about writing a book, but it can be applied to most writing.
Here are two tips that will keep you from getting stuck:
1. Set aside only 20 or 30 minutes per day to write. Don't try and do it all at once.
2. Never finish a day's writing at the end of a chapter, paragraph, sentence or even a word. When the time is up, STOP!
Why does this work? It works because now you can't wait for the next day's session in order to finish the thought, and then the flow continues.
So, put that in your pipe and sm...