Write your bestselling book outline in 1 hour or less.

The left brain filters information. There is only a good editor, not a good writer.
The right brain sees pattern recognition. Everyone has a book inside.
Give yourself permission to make mistakes and let it flow, without worrying about grammar, punctuation, etc. Edit later. Let it out. There are no rules, and you can be emotional.
Write the title and a-one paragraph description about the book. Don’t think. You have only 1 minute. Go.
Example:. Internet psychology
What is internet psychology?
Now you have 3 minutes to write 16 macro-subjects.
Example:
1. Why is it important now?
2. How can it change our life?
3. What is it?
4. Who can benefit?
5. …
What’s pops into your head next?
Don’t worry.
Re-order the 16 subjects in the order they should chronologically appear in the book. Do this in 2 minutes.
Example:
1. What is it?
2. What will it be in the future?
3. What and why need to belong?
4. Why is it important now?
5. …
For each one of the 16 subjects, write 4 micro-topics (details) in 7 minutes). Keep writing, let it flow., Write the first thing that pops in your head.
Example:
1. What is it?
• Cultural
• Timeline
• Mind
• Net created by humans, machine
2. What will it be in the future?

2. What and why need to belong?
• Maslow
• MBTI
• Relations
• Healing
4. Why is it important now?
• Evolution
• Social media
• Facebook, scrapbook
• Possibilities
Put the micro-subjects into the order they would naturally appear in. If you have 5, you think too much. Let it flow.
You now have 64 topics.
Write your book through your blog, and tailor it to all 4 temperament/personality types (see MBTI), one at a time.
Credits to Michael Drew, Alex Mandossian and Roy H Williams.

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