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Just Breathe.

The writing process is inherently anxiety-producing.

To be productive — to maintain your creative flow — you need tools to manage that anxiety.

(Free download below.)

 
 

The secret I learned to becoming a prolific professional writer

Many writers who find it difficult to write think that it’s because they lack discipline. They just can’t find the time. Or there are too many distractions…

You do not lack the discipline to write.

Like all humans, you avoid anxiety. You do it unconsciously and then, because you’ve been trained from childhood to place blame, you say to yourself that you are just too lazy to get that book written, too busy to finish that screenplay.

Here’s the secret: Breathe.

I am no more talented, intelligent, or capable than most people who want to be recognized as writers. What sets me apart is that I have developed tools to reduce the anxiety that the writing process naturally produces and to increase the joy that allows writing to become a comforting flow.

I want to share those tools with you.

I’ve developed a series of breathing exercises designed specifically to help creative people create. And right now, you can get access to the first one FREE — just fill out the form below and we’ll send you the link.

Try it out. Relax and listen. Breathe. If you find it helpful, I encourage you to get the entire series — just click here.

“There may be some kind of actual magic involved.”
— Parker Bennett
Dylan Brody    is a longtime published author, produced screenwriter, award-winning playwright, humorist and storyteller. Several people have told him he is the most prolific person they know.

Dylan Brody is a longtime published author, produced screenwriter, award-winning playwright, humorist and storyteller. Several people have told him he is the most prolific person they know.

In helping eliminate distractions and obstacles I didn’t even realize I was generating, Dylan’s breathing exercises provide a simple and powerful way to cut through the clutter and noise so I can reconnect with my deepest and most creative self.
— Alex Stein

Download a FREE Breathing Exercise