I write screenplays regularly, so for me, it is unacceptable to have a writer's block. Therefore, I am continually looking for great pieces of advice that revive my enthusiasm. Here is the first block that I compiled for myself that I want to share with you. I like to keep the list short because too much good advice gets you anxious.
Learn how to tell a story in one line. It's essential.
Write long and then narrow it down.
Note-giving and note-taking is a crucial part of your editing process.
Reading your script should feel like watching a movie.
Writing is like surfing: "You do too little or too much - nobody does it perfectly."
Have Beginning-Middle-End to everything you do.
You have a deadline, and you must deliver.
The lesser you known, the more projects you should have.
Don't send your pitch in email.
Call WGA when in doubt, they protect your rights.
Make a rip reel out of created work, instead of spending a lot of money on a proof of concept.
People in a pitch wants to know who YOU are.
Storytelling is a muscle - regular practice is essential.