What If You Could Write Without Writing?
Using tech tools to speak your ideas instead of writing them.
Greetings, dear readers! Many of you are well aware of my passion for both flow writing to spark ideas and the ethical use of generative AI to assist in writing projects. For those who may be new to PNP, here are a few articles that delve into my enthusiasm for the art of shitty writing and new technologies:
I love flow writing because it allows me to lay down my thoughts on paper without judgment, without the need for perfection, and without the pressure of assuming that every idea I jot down will find its place in the final project. Now, I understand that for some of us, just writing without the incessant urge to edit is a challenging feat. We often get caught up thinking about our eventual readers or critics before we've even fully fleshed out our initial ideas. Nevertheless, there are folks who simply don't find flow writing effective because either a) they can't resist the urge to edit as they go or b) their creative juices don't flow as freely in writing.
But here's a nifty strategy that allows you to write without actually writing and potentially think through your ideas more effectively.