A Little-Known Yet Super Powerful Creativity Exercise For Writers…
If you’re ever struggling to write something, for your blog, email list, next course, or business, just think back to your earliest memories that you can recall as a human on this planet.
Of course, it helps a boatload if your early memories are something that you’re really fond of.
Let Me Take You Back.
One of my earliest memories is being at a campground when I was a kid.
I remember a few things about the campground.
I remember the campfire, and the glow sticks. The glow sticks were neon green.
They Were The Coolest Thing Going On In My World Way Back When.
When I think back at all those years that have since passed, I can’t help but remember all of the cool, and interesting stuff I’ve done since then.
And This, Is The Best Brainstorming Power You Can Ever Wield.
The neon glow of those luminous sticks will never fade.
And the accumulative wealth of life’s journeys, march on and aid writing creativity better than perhaps anything.
So the next time you’re struggling with writer’s block, simply think back to your earliest, fondest memories.
That memory jog can work wonders for your ability to create awesome content.
Give it a try!
And please have a powerful day.
Thank You So Much For Checking This Out!
This is one of the shortest email newsletters that I’ve ever published!
At first I was hesitant to release it, and I’m always thinking about adding more to it.
However, for now I’ll let it stay as is, because this newsletter references a very strategic (and powerful) tool for ALL writers.
That strategic tool, is to remember all of the unique and awesome experiences that we have, which are truly individual to us.
These experiences accumulate, and enrich our knowledge, experience, and wisdom, and thinking back to the stuff we’ve witnessed in our life can be one of the most powerful brainstorming, and creativity exercises.
So the next time you’re suffering from writer’s block, or if you’re just not sure how to start your next blog, chapter, or online course… Spend some time brainstorming about your earliest memories.
You never know how that brainstorming exercise can spark your inner motivation, passion, creativity, and inspiration that we all have.
I hope that this document finds you well; as always I thank you so much for reading.
If you ever have any questions, or simply want to brainstorm, then please never hesitate to contact me.
I’ve got your back, and I always love to hear from you when you write with questions, comments, requests, or feedback!
Until then, stay awesome, and please have an amazing day.
Cordially and humbly yours…