If you’re anything like me, you have a million things through out the course of the day go through your head. Remembering – or more importantly benefiting from all those great ideas takes a strategy. In today’s episode we discuss the powerful strategy of free writing.
What’s in-store for you:
In this episode we dive into the strategy of “free writing”. If you’re not familiar with the term – that’s ok, because we’ll be covering “why” this is such a powerful strategy, the “benefits” you can expect to receive from this strategy and we’ll also provide you with some helpful “hints and tips” to making this type of strategy work best for you.
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Do you free write too? What are some of your best strategies?
Links & Takeaways Mentioned in the Episode:
The Examination Room
In the Examination Room, we’ll be discussing a quote from Zig Ziglar —which states:
“Don’t count the things you do, do the things that count!”
In my opinion this is a great business quote for entrepreneurs that comes down to focus. By focus on the things that provide the greatest return makes us effective. When applied to all aspects of our life, we’re able to be better entrepreneurs, husbands, fathers, friends and so on. This can and should be applied right down to the micro level of even say a marketing campaign 😉
Lorie’s first response to the quote was somewhat different from mine (no surprise there). She made reference to not keeping score, and to instead do things that matter (not because you have to – but more because you can and want to).
Ok – it’s your turn, what’s the quote mean to you…weigh in below on your thoughts.
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