Howard feels write fed up. Yesterday afternoon, he began working on his blog post, and wrestled with his first draft until near midnight. He's revising the message today. He wants something less woolish and more fun to make. He wants to flow his content at a fun pace. He needs to write material that will really satisfy his readers. But, man, it seems to take ages to create that post.
Howard wonders if he lacks a trick. He is trying to compose quicker. The more he tries, however, the slower he seems to be going. And that is when he is so irritated with himself that he can hardly write any more. His inner critic has a field day and tells him he's too slow; he 's missing talent and he's never going to get good enough.
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