Dear Friend & Subscriber,

If you’re a content creator struggling with writer’s block, this page will show you how to finally kick writer’s block to the curb within the next 30 days, find almost unlimited content ideas, and turn any of them into a publishable piece of content.


👉 You feel like you’re staring at a blank page or screen with no words coming to mind.

👉You struggle showing up every day, rely on motivation, and feel like cr*p on the days you weren’t able to create something

👉You’re afraid of publishing “bad” pieces of content

👉You keep editing and rewriting your content like crazy… but never publish anything.

👉You don’t know how to turn a simple idea into a complete ‘publishable’ piece of content (may it be on social media, your blog, Medium, etc.)

👉You may come up with good content ideas on some days, but turning them into content predictably is a whole other story

👉You have the feeling that your content is ‘missing something’ and thus delay publication… forever!

👉You may even have huge list list of content ideas and things you could write about but when it comes to actually sitting down and write… you face a hidden wall


Writing is like weight loss.

You can achieve any goal as long as you’re consistent.

If you’re consistent in eating less, better, and working out every day… At one time or another, you’ll lose those damn pounds.

It’s only a matter of time.

And you know what? Content creation is the same.

The way you’ll be able to build your audience, and monetize your knowledge goes all back to one thing: being consistent in cranking out content.

May it be:

  • Articles
  • Emails
  • Videos
  • Courses

Most of the creation work involves writing.

But let’s face it: On some most days writing is hard.

Especially if you have a full-time job.

What’s more frustrating than making time to write, sitting down in front of your screen, and then… Crickets 🦗?

All your good ideas seem like GONE.

You know that you need to create something, but for some weird reason you can’t.

You may start a sentence, a paragraph… But then realize that what you wrote is feces.

You hit delete and start over again.

Rinse and repeat.

It seems that there’s a huge invisible wall between you and the creation process.

This, my friend, is called writer’s block.

(I prefer calling it creator’s block, but let’s stick with the hot’n’popular term.)

But writer’s block is weird.

Do you know why?

Because we all start creating content around something we enjoy, and know (apparently) enough about.

So why is it so hard to create content about it?

I’ll tell you why in later in this letter.

But for now, let me tell you this:

Writer’s block is the #1 enemy to consistency.

And yes, I know: There’s always a good reason why you can’t create.

  • Maybe you’re not in the mood?
  • Maybe you’re just the guy who can’t finish what he starts?
  • Maybe you think that what you’re going to create is not worth sharing (in other terms: you discount yourself…and you certainly don’t want to be the guy who pours out lousy content, right?)
  • Maybe you feel that ‘something’ is missing and you wait for the right moment…?
  • Maybe you get bored, feel drained, and want to drop everything after the ‘initial spark’?

I get it.

We all have excuses.

But on the flip side, you know deep inside you that overcoming this invisible barrier is key to finally make it.

The only way to monetize your content (and knowledge) is to create content consistently.

Because people can’t buy from you if you don’t show up!

the 3 Costly mistakes most creators make when trying to overcome writer’s block

🤘 Mistake #1

Some think that motivation is the key to success.


  • watch motivational videos
  • listen to a secret spotify playlist
  • wake up at 4 am
  • or take cold showers…

Look, I don’t believe in the hustle BS.

Yes, you have to chase your dreams….

But you don’t have to be a masochist!

If you’re already trying hard but still struggle with writer’s block, then trying harder will just build more resistance and more aversion towards the creation process.

Motivation is like a spring. Stretch it too hard and will cost you an eye.

📺 Mistake #2

Another common mistake is thinking that you need more ‘research’, or find inspiration online.

This is when the curse of the internet starts to kick in.

You finish down an endless deep rabbit hole and lose:

  • hours
  • focus
  • and bandwidth

… in just trying to “unblock” yourself with the help of others.

This not only drains your cognitive capacities but also forces you to create dead-boring, copy-cat flat content.

🚏 Mistake #3

Maybe you’re just waiting for inspiration to hit…

Well, if that’s the case, you’re not a business owner. You’re a hobbyist.

Nothing wrong with hobbies. But hobbies don’t pay the bills.

Think of a chef in a restaurant: He could cook for fun… or he could cook for both fun and profit.

Have you ever walked into a restaurant and the waiter told you: “Sorry, today the chef is not in a great mood. He just waits for inspiration to strike.”

Are you willing to wait?

No matter how good the cook is…


My belly won’t wait for his inspiration to strike. So won’t your audience.

If you let people starve, they’ll get their meal from another creator.

A pro shows up every day. An amateur when inspiration strikes.

True: Writing while being inspired is great.

But you can’t build a business around ‘inspiration’.

Why? Because inspiration comes and goes.

If you rely on inspiration then you’re putting your business in the hands of randomness.

So what’s the solution to overcome writer’s block?

Glad you asked…

The solution resides in radically transforming your way of thinking about writing (and creating a piece of content in general.)

Instead of relying on:

  • pushing harder,
  • searching for more,
  • or waiting for inspiration…

You simply start relying on craftsmanship!

When you have writer’s block:
…You feel that you don’t have enough to say
…You feel that you’re not in the mood to write
…You feel that your ideas are not good enough
…You feel that something is missing in your content

And the list goes on.


Everything I mentioned starts with you feel.

That’s because writer’s block is a feeling. It’s an emotion.

Writer’s block is something you feel inside you. Nobody can see it except… you!

Yes, people may see a blank canvas, the one who decided to be blank is… you.

The problem is when you take emotions too seriously.

Or even worse, when you believe in…


Fake emotions? Yup.

Like fake news, there are fake emotions.

Fake emotions are emotions we make up.

Wait a minute: Is it really possible to fake emotions?

Absolutely. And the best example is Hollywood.

90% of the movies you watch create fake emotions.

The plot, the decor, the actors…

Everything is made up.

Yet, you experience joy, pain, compassion… you may even cry.

This brings us to this conclusion:

You can manufacture emotions

So if you have been struggling with writer’s block, it means that your brain found a way to create a fake emotion to prevent you from creating.

That’s based on all the excuses like: not being good enough, having nothing to say, yada yada yada…

If we can make up destructive emotions like writer’s block…

Then why don’t we simply create the right feeling to empower us to create and eradicate writer’s block?

Coming up with the right emotions is nothing else than a process.

Think about it like a recipe.

You need the right ingredients, put them together in a certain way… and boom: you’ll end up with a mouth-watering dish.

And I have a secret recipe that I’m going to share with you in a few…

It’s one of the secrets that allowed me to create content over 10 years online and run multiple businesses… (And probably one of the reasons that those who see my output think that I’m a wizard or have a huge team behind me.)

But this is not true!

I’m a one-man band, a die-hard introvert. I don’t want a team. And I perform at my best when I’m on my own.

(I don’t say it’s a good thing. It’s just the way it is!)

Given my social aversion, I had to develop a radical toolbox to be more efficient and eliminate writer’s block from my process.

(I don’t have an editor, a ghostwriter, or anything else…)

Yeah, writer’s block is nothing else than a waste of TIME!

This is why I’ve created a new course called:


The tools that you’re going to get access to is what I use every day to write, consistently.

And the best part is that you can take a 10-year shortcut to apply them today.

What you’re about to discover will allow you to create content:
👉 Even if you’re not in the mood
👉 Even if you think that your piece of content is bad
👉 Even if you think that you don’t have good ideas

So that you can finally start building your audience and monetize your knowledge online.

Eliminating writer’s block is the path to consistency. And consistency is one of…

The strongest competitive advantages you can ever develop!

It allows you to be perceived not only as an expert but as a leader in your niche.

Even if your English ain’t perfect (as mine).
Even if you’re making types (as I do).

If you have something to say about your niche every day, you’ll inherently stand out.

Not only me saying this, but the world’s leading email marketing expert Ben Settle, whom I’ve interviewed on my podcast.

Ben has been sending daily emails for 12 years. This can tell you something about consistency.

All this to say that there are two types of people: those who are consistent and those who aren’t.

Those who get tricked by their emotions and fall into writer’s block, and those who….

Give writer’s block the finger!

Listen: Anybody can overcome writer’s block with the right tools.

But be warned: those tools will NOT make you a better writer overnight.
In fact, becoming better is a long and tedious process.

But on the flip side, they will help you show up every day so that you can improve effortlessly over time.

(Most of them are so easy to implement that you may be surprised how FAST you can punch writer’s block in the face)

Here’s some of what you’ll learn inside

👉 The “one-sentence” exercise (based on neuro scientific research) that will help you eradicate writer’s block and put you on the right track to start writing even on the bad days

👉 The simple reason why doing more research and looking for what “others do” is the worst thing to do if you run out of ideas and inspiration (Please ditch this toxic behavior right after lesson 3…)

👉 What I use to never start from scratch, and why you need to implement it ASAP. (Hint: it won’t cost you a penny, it’s just a “mental shift” that most people either don’t do or do the wrong way.)

👉 The #1 easiest way to write fast, make mistakes, and bind your audience even more to your ‘imperfect’ pieces of content! (Believe it or not, this will add way more ‘oomph’ to your content than every other grammar hack)

👉 A content generation method that can help you produce content even on topics that seem saturated, in which you’re not an expert, and on which you may have no clue on how to talk about them for longer than a sentence)

👉 How to “manipulate” your brain and “rewire” it almost instantly to start cranking writing almost on-demand around any topic you’re interested in.

👉 How to write even on days when you’re not in the mood, feel bored, or simply don’t have the mental bandwidth

👉 How to use psychological triggers to eliminate writer’s block (and develop a solid writing habit to publish more content, consistently) as fast as the next 30 days.

👉 A stupid simple way to never run out of inspiration again (and exactly what to do when inspiration strikes at the ‘wrong’ moment like driving a car or taking a shower)

👉 Why you should never start any piece of content without using this ethical cheating method.

👉 The “binary mind state technique” to write faster and turn even a crappy draft into a publishable piece of content

👉 The secret to creating more without too much effort (This will give you an almost unfair advantage in your niche.)

👉 Exactly what to do if you feel that the piece of content you’re creating isn’t perfect (This comes straight from a former CEO of a trillion-dollar company)

👉 How to turn any idea into 10 pieces of content in just 60 seconds

By the end of this COURSE:

✅ Be able to eradicate writer’s block

✅ Be able to create content consistently

✅ Know exactly how to generate an “unlimited” amount of content ideas for the whole year

✅ Be able to turn any of those ideas into any type of content (from a short tweet… to an entire book!)


Let me ask you a simple question:
How much time did you already lose struggling with Writer’s Block?

At the best, a few days, weeks or even months?

Okay. And how much is your time actually worth?
$20, $50, $100 / an hour … or even more?

Giving the fact that this course will help you save endless hours of frustration…
It will probably pay itself back quickly.

So it’s safe to say that this course will make your investment back at least 10 times if you think of how much content you’ll be able to create (and how much you’ll be able to make out of it!)


I don’t believe in shiny tricks. But if you’re ready to do the work here’s the good news:

You all you need to do is to follow the step-by-step process laid out in this course, get rid of writer’s block.. for real!

I simply dare you to create a piece of content straight after watching the training to demonstrate the power of this toolbox for YOURSELF!


I have total confidence that this course will help.
But don’t take my word for it – try it for yourself for one FULL YEAR.
If after putting this course into practice you still struggle with writer’s block, then I’ll work with you personally 1 on 1 until you eliminate it.

There’s simply NO WAY you can lose!


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