I wouldn’t be able to output the volume of literature I currently write [500+ words published daily] without my workflow process. I’ve covered my approach to resolving writer’s block in the “Overcoming Writer’s Block” thought piece. Let’s cover what happens when I have the semblance of an idea and how I go about turning that into a finished product. It’s not just about finding a random photo, writing for a bit, and calling it good enough.
I have thousands of ideas per day, about one to six topics I want to pour the time into writing, and not enough time to block out to working on those ideas. While I like the idea of thousands of little ideas vying for the top slot, there’s more to it than that: there’s sacrificing the time to properly develop the idea.