Jan 30, 2022
Once you make the decision to start writing, and you do it on a regular basis (hopefully every day), over time you will build up quite a collection of half-baked ideas and unused pieces of material.
It might be blog posts, book chapters, social media posts, podcast material, or in the case of myself, I’m sorry to admit, entire books you have written but never released for one reason or another.
I call this my personal slush pile. The slush pile can be a great source of material when you’re looking for ideas or get a little short on time.
On today’s episode, you’ll learn why you should never get rid of any of your ideas, projects, or content.
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