So, let's get started.

Do a timed free-write about your ebook or blog post. Keep your goals in mind and write for 10-15 minutes without stopping.

Jot down everything that comes to your mind, ask yourself a question "what will my ebook/article will be about?"

Don't reject anything at this stage! Accept every little idea that will pop into your head - get it down on the paper! No matter how irrelevant you find it at the point.

You will be surprised how many ideas actually are DYING to get out.

Just start writing and your only job will be to write as fast as possible to capture your ideas ;)


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EFors Premium
Seems interesting! Thank you, I have bookmarked it. :))
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Zarina Premium
Hi Elma, good to see you! How've you been? :))
I definitely recommend this technique! Sometimes when I feel stuck, I just take a pen and a paper and simply just write ANYTHING. Then throughout the writing, some ideas start popping in and the writer's block is removed :) Try it!
I am excited to hear if it worked on you!
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Ultimateless Premium
Good ideas!!!
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Zarina Premium
Hi, Michael, good to see you again! How are ya?
This technique for sure does help to activate the creative side - works amazingly well when writing serious stuff :)
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Ultimateless Premium
I am still working towards serious stuff...comical at the moment!
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Zarina Premium
Patience and time, Michael :) and a bit of practice will make it perfect!
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jokoss Premium
Thanks, very useful
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Zarina Premium
My pleasure to be helpful!
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AlexEvans Premium
This is very helpful thank you very much.
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Zarina Premium
Hey Alexander, how you doing?
Thank you for stopping by - always happy to help! This technique works very well actually - somehow it activates the creative side in people (or at least in me).
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johnwnewman Premium
Great idea!
Thanks :-)
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Zarina Premium
Hey John!
Great to see you as usual :) How are you?
And thanks, I am happy to be helpful! It really is useful creating a tutorial right after I learn about something or follow the idea of creating a tutorial based on something I know. Those lovely "sparks"! :D
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johnwnewman Premium
I am great thanks Zarina!
And you are on the right track... learn, then teach! :-)
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Zarina Premium
Thank you! :) that's what I love doing - learning and then sharing my knowledge right away while it's "fresh"!
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