Writer's block strikes us all. As Black and Stern noted, it's darned hard to sit down in front of a blank computer screen and start putting words in the computer.
Here are some ways to get the creative juices flowing:
Bounce ideas off others. Simply talking about your project typically will give you a whole new perspective. Listening to questions posed to you about your work will help you focus your writing.
Change your work environment. I have the luxury of going outside and sitting on a rocking chair overlooking a lovely valley. That moment in the fresh air helps bust loose a few cobwebs.
Turn away from your computer and grab a yellow legal pad and a felt-tip pen. Scribble down some ideas. Connect the thoughts on paper.
Take a break. Listen to a great tune. Take a jog. Then get back to workyou're on deadline!