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Writing a training course is not much different than writing a blog post, an article, or a book. At some point, you will need to sit down and just plain start writing. Anyone who creates any type of content has had to face the dreaded writer’s block. Even learning designers get to a point in which they are sitting at the computer staring at a blank screen, and asking themselves, “OK, what do I write now?”
We have all been there.
Much has been written about how to overcome writer’s block, but last week, I read one of the best lists for how to overcome it, and I wanted to share it with you. In 10 Rules for Writing First Drafts, Demian Farnworth presents a list for how to write first drafts. I found it so useful, I printed it and taped it up on my computer monitor rack for inspiration.
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