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Visual Story Design Process or How to Avoid Writing Procrastination

Visual Story Design Process or How to Avoid Writing Procrastination - mostly clear - Medium

Very often I am stuck when writing because I either have no idea what to write about or I have a lot of thoughts and ideas that are mixed up in my mind and it is almost impossible to sort through them.


I want to share with you a simple technique that helps me to overcome procrastination in writing or creating a presentation on any topic. This approach is inspired by infodoodlers’ methods as described by Sunni Brown in her book “Doodle Revolution”....

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Useful tips for writers and bloggers with writers block. Just doodle it.

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ARBettle's curator insight, April 16, 2015 5:17 AM

I struggle to get going when I reach a mental block - so this is a really interesting article!

Nancy Bergner's curator insight, April 30, 2015 11:18 AM

Really great strategy for writing anything, pressing through writer's block.  Sticky noted ideas become kinesthetic tools for shaping argument, reaching an audience.

Jennifer's curator insight, March 26, 12:59 AM
In the article, it explains how simple techniques can help writers with procrastination. I chose this article because I believe that a lot of students and even myself have problems with procrastination or with writers block. These techniques were very useful to me, especially the first step, which is to generate ideas. The author explains to gather ideas by using sticky notes or to doodle without any judgment. I agree with the author about not criticizing ideas because if one does it can lead to just throwing ideas into the trash and that just leads to nothing. I found this article interesting because it states to use sticky notes. I have never used sticky notes to help me with my writing just with memorization. This is a way to help form ideas, which is good for people who procrastinate because now they have an idea or form to begin their paper.
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Don't Know What to Write About? Get Ideas From the Blog Topic Generator [Free Tool]

Don't Know What to Write About? Get Ideas From the Blog Topic Generator [Free Tool] | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Ever get writer's block? Here's a free tool that'll help you kick it to the curb.


The tool won't just come up with ideas willy-nilly. Blog topics will make or break the success of your blog posts -- so your topics will be both search-friendly and interesting to your audience. Using keywords you provide, the tool will come up engaging titles tailored to those terms. That way, you're always featuring relevant, but interesting posts on your blog


.If you're one of those types who likes to dive in and play around with it immediately, go on: try it out for yourself. If you're the type who likes to be walked through using tools step by step, that's cool too. Just keep reading....

Jeff Domansky's insight:

I'm there! Potential cure for the common writers block. Fun tool, but repetitive after several uses.

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James Cracknell's curator insight, January 17, 2014 6:48 AM

Natty little tool to overcome blog-block. Give it a go

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How to Write a Book In Your Spare Time

How to Write a Book In Your Spare Time | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

If you really want to write, you can and will make time for it. And I'm going to tell you how to write a book.Today, I’m going to let you in on a little secret:Anyone can write a book.Yes, that’s right, I said anyone. Even you. You have stories you want to tell. You have things you want to say. You are the only person on Earth who can tell others how you see the world, and you feel about a given subject, a particular theme or trope. Whether you’re a natural writer or in need some polish, you can write a book....

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Good motivational advice for writers.

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