Getting bogged down in details will get you stuck and waste precious time. In this video, learn the value of the bullet point and how zooming out on your work can get you moving again.
- [Instructor] Have you ever heard the expression … "You can't see the forest for the trees?" … It's basically referring to someone … who is too wrapped up … and focused on the small details of a problem … and unable to see the situation as a whole. … Sound familiar? … I often find this is true … about myself when I'm somewhere around the middle … of my story. … I get so hyper focused about making a single scene … or paragraph or plot point work, … I forget what the whole story is about. … This can easily happen to non-fiction writers too. … Any time a writer gets caught up … in a single problem, they often lose sight … of the big picture … and sometimes it can even cause them … to stop writing all together … and that's where this tool … is going to help you out a lot. … It's called the power of the bullet point. … I'm a huge fan of bullet points. … They help you quickly get ideas out … of your head and onto a page … without getting too bogged down … with the details or structure of the writing. …
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