Brainstorming Masterclass: Plan and Outline Any Project: Part 2-Brainstorming Questioning Techniques

Rachel Leroy, Stop Striving and Start Thriving

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4 Lessons (42m)
    • 1. IntroBrainstorm2

    • 2. CrossExaminationFinalTest

    • 3. InterviewingFinalTest

    • 4. CubingFinalTest


Project Description

Master Your Project, Writing, and Course Creation Goals in This Task-Oriented Series on Brainstorming and Organization Strategies.

Got writer's block? Not sure where to start? Feeling stuck? This course will help you master your writing and project goals. Learn various methods of generating, clarifying, and organizing ideas through brainstorming, from the beginning of a project to the end. Master your goals with the following tools in the course:

  • How to cut writer's block
  • How to use brainstorming for creative processes
  • How to organize and build ideas from scratch
  • How course creators and entrepreneurs can achieve their goals
  • NIne types of brainstorming for different situations
  • What brainstorm techniques are appropriate for each situation
  • How to do each brainstorm technique
  • An example of each brainstorm
  • How to convert your brainstorm into a project
  • How to explore different techniques to find what works for you

Stop Striving and Start Thriving!

  • Learn the "Rules of Writing Practice" by Natalie Goldberg as a foundation for all kinds of writing
  • Practice free writing techniques to overcome writer's block and create a daily writing practice
  • Utilize questioning techniques to generate perspectives on a topic from different angles and explore and expand on course creation concepts
  • Use organizer techniques to overcome writer's block, build courses and writing pieces from the ground up, and learn how to structure ideas

Overcome Writer's Block, Create a Daily Writing Practice, and Achieve Your Writing Goals

For experienced and new writers, almost everyone has used a brainstorming technique. But how many people have a whole toolbox of strategies to help them generate and organize ideas for almost any project? This course provides you with just that.

If you've ever been fishing, you know that same hook and bait will not work for every fish. In the same way, the same brainstorming technique will not work for every situation.

This course covers nine specific brainstorming strategies in three categories to help you achieve success in various situations, whether you are building a course concept, creating course organization and lectures, writing a short story or novel, working on a school project, or writing articles or blogs for profit. Everyone has to come up with ideas, and that can often be daunting.

This course gives you concrete tools, methods, and exercises to get you going on that project you've been putting off.

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