As you become accustomed to writing articles to get the message about your business out, you will find that ideas start to come naturally no matter what you're doing. How could you keep these ideas organized so you don't lose them later when you need them?
You and I experienced it. We got a brilliant idea for our next article but a few minutes later when we sat down ready to write the article, our memory failed to serve us well. Not that there is something wrong with our brain, but that's the way how it works.
I mean, while our brain can do amazing things, it have limited storage space for short-term things. If we keep juggling from one thing to another, which we can't avoid at times, we will forget things.
There is another side of ourselves that isn't too smart. That is why we need to put the envelope we're going to mail tomorrow near the door to remind us when we want to get out the next day.
The only way to workaround this is by using an external memory. In other words, capture your thoughts on an outside system or memory that is more permanent. In this case, you need to write down your ideas before they are gone.
The saying goes that “the palest ink is still better than the strongest memory. " This is absolutely true and you should seek a solution to it. It will save you from a lot of stress and frustration.
Also spare some time to review your ideas. Don't make the pages pile up because it adds to the information overload syndrome. Occasionally turn your ideas into actions. Chuck old ones that are no longer good ideas.
Spend some time to be organize and you will become a better person and article writer.
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