Writer’s block. Luckily, I’ve never been through a situation (even in school) where I was completely stuck. However, most writers have this happen all the time. Entrepreneur Tim Ferriss says “write just one bad page a day.” If that’s not a good enough technique for you to at least have a foundation, here are three other ways.
- Scribble: scribble ideas fast, in any order — whatever comes to your mind. Then rearrange what you have written and rewrite it.
- Write by talking: if you find it hard to express yourself in writing, say it out loud and record yourself. Then copy this out and redraft it.
- Write on a loose paper — not in a book: if you don’t like what you have written, you can throw it away. Alternatively, you can cut it up and rearrange it.
New technology has unexpected negative effects on the environment. Why do you think this is?