Have you ever given up on blogging because you couldn't decide...
✍ ❝What to write?❞
This site will ask you a series of trigger questions about your blog topic. Come up with as many answers to each as you can.
You should end up with a month's worth of post ideas in 10 minutes.
❝Right on! The questions you ask are straight to the meat and potatoes.❞
✒ 28 post ideas
❝I found this very insightful, it was fun to do & I really loved it.❞
✒ 42 post ideas
❝I never would have put together that list without being prompted.❞
✒ 19 post ideas
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Before we begin, why are you even bothering to write at all?
What's it all about?
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New businesses either create joy or remove pain. You have a worldview about how the lives of your customers, readers or users could be improved.
That's why your readers are spending part of their day with you; somehow, you're promising to make their life better.
The mission statement has three purposes.
So fill in the mission statement below and then we'll start getting our idea creation on.
Your blog is all about
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1/4: What are the biggest mistakes people make when they're trying to accomplish what you're talking about? If you have personal experience in the field, that's even better! What's the dumbest stuff you ever did?
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This is a trigger question. It's meant to get you thinking about stuff you could write about which you might not have considered before. The raw ideas you'll generate will be refined later, so don't worry about quality for now -- just get down as many as you can.
We're going go through about half a dozen trigger questions. Then we'll flip your pile of raw ideas on its head and craft them into real headlines and topics to write about.
You'll see it all come together in a bit. For now, just see how many ideas you can get down in the next couple minutes. Write one per line!
2/4: Which books or people have changed the way you think about this field? Which do you most admire? Suggestions for must-read books and resources is always a great source of content, especially if you can add your own perspective on why it's valuable and what you learned. Explain what you learned from these inspiration and examples.
3/4: What have partners or customers recently asked or been confused by in this area? Whenever someone asks you a question, an alarm should go off in your head: you've just been given a great topic to write about! Someone else will have the same question and you can be the one to have answered it for them.
4/4: What's the worst advice you've heard recently? Every field has its share of charlatans and misinformers. What's the most popular bad advice you can pick a fight against?
Congrats! You've got post ideas! (Continue to the next page to save them)
You've done a good thing. You've made a pre-emptive strike against the #1 killer of fledgling business blogs -- a lack of ideas.
Now the real work begins. Anyone can join a gym, but you don't get anything back until you show up every day.
If you'd like, I'll email you writing prompts and assignments based on your own ideas.
You'll receive an email with your list of ideas either way.
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