It truly doesn't sound like it would be a problem, but I bet if you're a writer or editor of a B2B and you look to the right of your monitor and then to the left (and maybe in the floor or your guest chair, too) you'll find stacks of story ideas, letters from PR folks promoting their clients and maybe your sack lunch from last week buried under some mail that you still haven't opened either.
If this describes you, you may suffer from Too Many Ideas Syndrome
. However, WritersDigest.com has strategies to help you overcome your affliction.
I'm not sure I can apply all the tips to my writing, but maybe you can take away a few worth trying.
Tonie Auer is the president of the DFW Chapter and chairwoman of the National Blog Committee. She's a freelance writer and editor for a number of B2B publications.
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