Eliminating Writer's Block #1 - Judgment
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Eliminating Writer's Block #1 - Judgment

Proven Solutions To Get The Words Flowing Again
4.5 (2 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
7 students enrolled
Created by Luke La Vie
Published 11/2018
English
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 downloadable resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You'll gain a wide variety of proven solutions that eliminate writer's block. These solutions are specifically designed to overcome the unhelpful brain processes, thinking patterns and negative emotions related to writer's block.
  • You'll recover your flow and be able to write freely.
Requirements
  • No specific knowledge or tools required. All you'll need are your internet connection, paper and pens and your time and energy.
  • The essentials for all lectures are outlined in downloadable PDFs. No need to take notes! Listen and learn from narrated Powerpoint lectures, and the notes are ready for you when you need them.
Description

Judgments - negative opinions about ourselves and our writing - are one of the Three Key Elements that create Writer's Block. Even if our writing is great and people love it, we may still be hampered by judgments, which can stop our writing from flowing easily. Created by psychologist Luke La Vie, this course assists anyone writing in any field - academic, legal, research or creative. The training examines the seven major problems that judgment causes for our writing, as well as providing specific proven solutions.


Specifically, you will learn:

  • What Writer's Block is

  • Why anyone can be affected by it at any time

  • How it switches our brain into a different gear and why this impairs our ability to write

  • Seven significant problems that judgment and negative thinking cause for our writing:

    • Struggling with the wrong words

    • Trouble getting started

    • Fear of taking risks

    • Lack of inspiration and ideas

    • Feeling stuck

    • Finding the right way to say something

    • Dissatisfaction with our work and lack of motivation

  • Six vital solutions that eliminate writer's block


Every lecture in the course has practical exercises that ensure you learn powerful solutions. The result? You will be able to write freely and easily again.


Your instructor, Luke La Vie, has over a decade's experience working as a psychologist and assisting people. You will be able to ask questions and will be well-supported with any concerns.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone experiencing difficulties writing. This is for creative writing, academic writing, report writing... anything involving writing! If you write, this is the right course for you.
  • These strategies have assisted people of all ages, education levels and differing backgrounds.
  • The instructor has twenty years of experience where writing was vitally important and assisting people as a psychologist. Regardless of what content you write, you will be well-supported in doing this course.
Course content
Expand 9 lectures 01:32:54
+ Introduction
9 lectures 01:32:54

Introduction Lecture outlining the course structure and introducing the Instructor. Students will understand the aims and goals of the course and what is within the training.

Preview 04:22

Narrated Powerpoint Lecture discussing the Three Key Elements that underlie all writer's block - Judgment, Negative Emotions and Expectations. Discussion and learning centre around what these elements are and how they contribute to writer's block, as well as outlining why the training courses are structured how they are.


Students will learn and understand the Three Key Elements that underlie Writer's Block.

The Three Elements Underlying Writer's Block
03:19

Summary of lecture content so far and revision of key concepts.
Students will gain consolidation regarding the Three Key Elements of writer's block.

Brief Review
03:28

Lecture outlining the first set of problems that people commonly run into regarding Judgment and Writer's Block. It outlines how these impair our ability to write. Students will learn which of these are affecting them, how strongly they affect them, how often and go through exercises to consider when these problems start. These learnings will assist with the Solutions we learn in later lectures.

Judgment: Problems I
22:32

Second Lecture outlining the second set of problems people are faced with regarding Judgment and Writer's Block. Similarly, students will gain awareness regarding how these problems are affecting their lives, consider when these problems started - which will play a key role in using Solutions in the next two lectures, that eliminate Writer's Block.

Judgment: Problems II
13:26

This lecture contains several practical, proven solutions that eliminate writer's block and deal with the problems of Judgment. Students will learn these and learn how to implement these in their daily life successfully.

Solutions Workshop I
17:51

This lecture contains several practical, proven solutions that eliminate writer's block and deal with the problems of Judgment. Students will learn these and learn how to implement these in their daily life successfully.

Solutions Workshop II
11:23

Final Lecture reviewing course content and summarising the main points. Students will leave with an understanding of all they have learnt - writer's block, the problems specific to Judgment, the solutions for these, and how to implement them and keep using them from now on.

Conclusion
06:12