Free-writing thinking offers women personal space and an outlet for creativity, allowing us to envision “what if” scenarios, and focus on what’s important.
Free-writing is a short, timed typed or handwritten sprint, a collection of immediate thoughts about a problem. There is no room for censorship or second-guessing, and it’s totally okay to digress in a weird direction. It could take the form of a journal entry or a bullet list.
How can we use free-writing to produce multiple creative solutions to problems, in a short time?