Beware: Read Only If You Need to Know How to Get Out Your Creative Slump

January 23, 2015
Noon or Midnight. What time are you at your best? Above Promotions Company. Tampa, FL. Publicity Digital Marketing Promotions

Noon or Midnight. What time are you at your best? Above Promotions Company. Tampa, FL. Publicity Digital Marketing Promotions


Happy 2015! Can we still say that even though it’s almost the end of January?


If you’re anything like me, no matter how much you enjoy sharing your expertise with others, sitting down to write is a bit of a struggle. Things are racing through your mind. Clients are calling. Then there is the moment you do sit down and can’t think of anything new to write.


Even as an expert in writing and a cheerleader for content marketing, it can be difficult to keep up. This new year we’ve been off to a fantastic start and let’s say we’re off schedule with writing our blogs. Writing usually occurs in the morning, but pitching to the media, potential sponsors and event planners have slowly crept up into the mornings instead of being done in the afternoons. However, we plan to be right back to schedule starting next week. In fact, being out of schedule really helped us to realize there really is a “best time to think and write” and that keeping someone assigned to making sure this gets done is paramount.


Thanks to Neil Patel of KISSmetrics, Crazy Egg and one of our favorites, Hello Bar, we know why we just couldn’t get back into the writing groove until today.


Below is an infographic sharing his research on the topic of writing.


Quite frankly, the gym and the shower do seem to be the place many kinks get worked out of plans. Want to know where you will receive the best light bulb moments? Wondering how you can get out of your creative slump? Keep reading.


The Scientifically Proven Best Time to Think and Write Creatively


Neil Patel Infographic. Best Time to Think and Write. Above Promotions Company. Tampa, FL. Publicity, Digital Marketing, Promotions.


Courtesy of: Quick Sprout


So what did you think of this information? Do you write better in the morning or afternoon? Reply below. Your responses could be used for a future article.

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