There’s only so much you can keep in your brain before your best ideas escape—spilling out of your mind and down the drain. You need somewhere to store your ideas safely, before they are lost. Enter your reservoir of ideas.
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If you’re staring at a blank screen, and unsure of what to write next, then you have a problem. It’s a big one—writer’s block. In this article, you’ll learn how to get unstuck using detailed blog post outlines.
Electricity shocks, sparks, buzzes and crackles. So to does electric content. It grabs your attention, holds it, and runs a charge through you. Put your hand on the wire–feel it vibrate. Let it stimulate your creative output.
Where and when you do your blog writing will affect your ability to write well. It will either enhance, or stall, your ability to think with clarity, to push your creativity, and to put your best ideas forward on a consistent basis.
A journal is where you explore ideas that you care about without regard for an audience, without interest in trending topics, without worries about revenue or concern for other people’s opinions. Instead, this is your space to play in private.
Capturing your ideas, without loss, requires a systematic approach. Make use of pen to paper. Always have it at arms length. In this article, you’ll learn how to put your paper-based system together—making sure you reliably capturing your ideas.
Recording your actual speaking voice is a great way to transform your writing, align it to your actual speech rhythm, and get your text to flow as you naturally speak.
To edit well, you need to move from creative mode into analytical mode. This requires a pause between the point of creation and the point of dissection. If you want your blog posts to impact your readers, then edit the shit out of them.
To write original content with any consistency requires only one thing: a blog writing system—one that pushes your uniqueness, develops your thoughts, and drives your blog forward.
There are multiple steps to choosing a blog topic to start your blog on. You can take ages going through them, or move quickly, and make an intuitive decision. You could have your blog up and running this week, rather than delaying.