Writer’s Block and its associated occupational hazards is a near universal ailment (let’s call it the “common cold”) of writers, but, I think, just as easily overcome. Getting down to one’s writing is a little like going to the gym. “Just Do It!” about sums it up. Also, one has to give up the pretensions of being a “genius” and realize that writing a book is a little like building a house. It can’t be done all at once—it is a board by board or brick by brick process. Earlier in my career I suffered a serious case of it. It’s like any other neurotic behavior. Now I just write. Hopefully, I’ll be able to give those attending this session tips on how to “just do it” too.