Brainstorming Masterclass: Plan and Outline Any Project: Part 1-Brainstorming Free Writing Technique

Rachel Leroy, Stop Striving and Start Thriving

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6 Lessons (1h 6m)
    • 1. IntroBrainstorm2

    • 2. FreeWritingFinalTest2

    • 3. FreeWriting2IMovieFinal2

    • 4. ListingFinalTest

    • 5. LoopingIMovieFinal

    • 6. BoomerangFinalTest


About This Class

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In this course you will learn specific organization and brainstorming strategies you can apply to various projects, including writing projects. At the end of this course, you will be able to do the following through various brainstorming methods:

  • Cut through writer's block
  • Create a daily writing practice
  • Achieve your writing goals.

If you are a teacher or course builder or instructor yourself, you will also be able to do the following:

  • Create a solid and profitable course concept
  • Build and organize a course or other project from the ground up.

This course is intended to be part of the series, Brainstorming Masterclass: Plan and Outline Any Project. This course is "How to Brainstorm With Free Writing Techniques" and is Part 1 in this series:

Part 1 (THIS COURSE): How to Brainstorm With Free Writing Techniques includes:

  • Free Writing Part 1
  • Free Writing Part 2
  • Listing
  • Looping
  • Boomerang

Part 2: How to Brainstorm With Questioning Techniques

  • Cross-Examination
  • Interviewing
  • Cubing

Part 3: How to Brainstorm With Organizers includes:

  • Outlining
  • Visual Organizers

Who this course is for:

  • Writers suffering from writer’s block
  • Anyone looking to create a daily writing practice
  • Anyone looking for ways to generate ideas for a writing piece
  • Anyone starting a new project
  • Course creators building and organizing a course and its concept
  • This course is more for beginning and intermediate writers, but it can benefit any writer in any of the above categories.
  • This course is more for those at or near the beginning of the course creation process. 

What you need to know before starting the course:

  • Basic English writing terms such as “brainstorming” and “outlining”
  • Willingness to experiment with different writing methods
  • A computer or pen and paper, an open mind, and a specific goal