18 Dec 13 11:17 am
I like to create models, their basically a big to do list except they're more detailed and I tweak them when necessary. I write them on paper to get it out of my head (the more things I get out of my fragile little brain the better I function and sleep lol, something about physically writing it down that amplifies this too).
I use a white board and pen and paper for mind mapping things, it's just a lot easier for me to just draw it all out rather than click around in software, and I find I can think better when I'm away from a computer screen. There are mind mapping tools out there though, maybe someone can suggest a good one.
I really like Trello.com
, for organizing certain tasks (like making a blog post) I like it because it's not too complicated like most productivity software, I'm not at the level yet to where I need a robust piece software.
Also try out Evernote.com
for taking notes of almost anything. It's good for when researching things and again getting things out of your head and putting them in a safe place is good; so you can have clarity and be able to focus on what matters.A couple content-writing resources that have helped me are:http://www.copyblogger.com/weekly-content-plan/http://www.copyblogger.com/copy-editing-tips/