Dick Richards: Seven Reminders About Writing A Book
There are a lot of questions in even the shortest of sentences. If I remember to ask myself questions like that about every sentence, and then answer those that seem relevant and interesting, I have a book.
This reminds me of my fascination with Vlad's "Question Your Beliefs" license. I've had some discussions about this "Questioning." Some people seem to understand it as a call to doubt everything. I believe it has more to do with reflection. Elaboration on a theme. Questioning my bekief means I reflect on it, ask about the whys and whats of it. Sometimes that will also show if the belief is valid. It may well strengthe the belief, put it on a tried and trusted foundation. That's what questioning is about for me.
SimilarI call it negative-procrastination | what the author is paying you for >>
alles Bild, Text und Tonmaterial ist © Martin Spernau, Verwendung und Reproduktion erfordert die Zustimmung des Authors