Monday, August 6, 2012

Writer's Block Obliteration Tip #24: Opening Lines

Sometimes, the hardest thing to do is fill a blank page or screen with an opening line.  Instead of limiting yourself to just one, quickly jot down ten ways you could start the piece, each completely different from the rest.  By the time you're finished, you may have found the perfect way to begin.  Start with your favorite, and if it doesn't work, switch to another one and start anew. Imagine this---getting original employee-focused, workplace wellness AND productivity content for your newsletter written by licensed mental health professionals with extensive workplace experience with articles that address communication, solving employee problems, reducing conflicts, substance abuse, absenteeism, violence, crises, dealing with difficult people, stress management, elder care issues, improving the relationship with your supervisor, family problems, achieve goals at work, improving morale, getting to work on time, and hundreds more. Go to

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