In a sense, the answer is both yes and no. I am a prolific writer. For example, I published 24 hubs last month, and I got into a very good flow.
And it is also true that I take each article I write on HubPages as a challenge - a challenge to be a better writer, especially to be more authentic and emotionally open. I also challenge myself to improve my use of technical tools like images, tables, and maps.
Also, and this is important for beginners, even though I'd written and published nine books before I came to HubPages, I was scared at first, and it took time and commitment to get myself going.
How did I get through it - and how do I get through it now? By reading! I read hubs, post positive comments, and answer questions until the writing flows. Knowing that HubPages is full of caring writers and readers like you helps me engage my best self and do my best writing.
Thanks, CloudExplorer, for the question. I hope it encourages many people to write more, and to do better writing. I'm back to writing now!