You want to be a true original. All bloggers do.
But you feel everything has been written about already. At least once or twice, and by people who are a lot more knowledgeable, better writers, and more charismatic than you are.
Every topic worth writing about has been written about from every angle, every perspective imaginable, and by authority figures in your niche.
Nothing feels right.
Is this creative bankruptcy? Is this a mental wall you’re never going to climb?
What the hell do you blog about?
You mutter a few bad words. You want to delete your blog and forget you ever tried to share meaningful ideas and thoughts no one else ever thought to write into existence.
Well, what if I were to tell you that you don’t have to write original to write phenomenal articles? What if I were to tell you that you can, and should, write like someone else?
The Creative Box
Think of all the ideas ever create as a box. Everything everyone’s ever blogged about.
Writing a blog is not about picking original ideas. It’s not about writing about something no one else ever thought to write about.
Quite the contrary, I’m afraid.
In order to write an article, you’ve got to go into the box. If you do not, you won’t come up with any ideas worth writing about.
It’s as simple as that.