Thank goodness bad writing is not fatal.
I mean, if it were, all of us would have expired right after we started.
In his post, The simple cure for writer’s block, Seth Godin says:
People with writer’s block don’t have a problem typing. They have a problem living with bad writing, imperfect writing, writing that might expose something that they fear.
The best way to address this isn’t to wait to be perfect. Because if you wait, you’ll never get there.
The best way to deal with it is to write, and to realize that your bad writing isn’t fatal.
Like all skills, we improve with practice and with feedback.
I love these 10 points too.