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Personify your Inner Editor. After making a richly detailed paper doll of your Inner Editor, put him or her in your locker, under your bed or buried in a time capsule in your backyard, but not near where you like to write. Refuse to listen to that voice that tells you to erase, start over, or quit. Writing a draft is like brainstorming and, like brainstorming, you want to get all the ideas out without listening to the judgments of your Inner Editor. A great reminder for all writers.