1. A strategy from Hemingway
The Hemingway Bridge
In order to avoid starting a new day with a cold, blank piece of paper, Ernest Hemingway ended his day by writing the first paragraph of a new chapter. During the evening, he considered where the paragraph might go. In the morning, he was ready to go.
Tomorrow’s great start begins today. End today by starting tomorrow.
2. Sleep on it
If you are the tenacious type, it’s hard to set a problem aside. You just keep banging your head into it until you defeat the...