for a strong, fast pick-me-up
This can definitely help you write better. Well, certainly get better ideas to write about and express them concisely and clearly.
I’m advising a professional and very busy client who is “enjoying” some forced “slow-down time”.
He is recovering in hospital after an operation. He is in pain – but I’m trying to be positive and encouraging about his forced slow-down 🙂
From experience (after an operation for a torn Achilles tendon), I know how you can get lots of great and “deeper” ideas when you are forced to slow down.
You have time to think about things you normally don’t have time to think about.
My advice to my client – use this forced slow time to think of ideas for better blog posts or future presentations.
And to record his ideas on paper rather than on some device like a laptop or iPad or other modern writing “machine”.
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