Brainstorming creates a store of ideas that you can pull from – a way to create a plan for your writing and where it might go once you start drafting.
If you want to be a better writer, something that you must do consistently is read.
While many often view planning as a stifling construct that inhibits creativity, a well-planned project frees space for creativity, enables increased levels of collaboration toward a shared vision, and removes unproductive anxiety.
The seminal difference between a plan and a schedule is that a plan recognizes linkages.
In life, we get very few do-overs, except when it comes to writing. When it comes to writing, the do-over is essential
Many novice writers have this idea that they will come to writing and the words will pour forth in perfect order. In fact, this is rarely true.