If you want to publish better content, you have to change what you do before you start writing or filming.
In this post, I'll show you the content outlining technique that I use to create better blog content, videos, presentations, sales pitches,... whatever form you end up communicating in, the first steps should always be the same.
Check out the video to discover my technique.
The technique shown here builds up on things we've previously covered here on the blog. Namely, you should be familiar with the Bento Box Thinking method. This is the foundation of how to think in a clear, well-structured manner. The better you are at this, the faster you can throw together an outline for an excellent piece of content.
Also, if you haven't seen my first video on how to use Trello yet, you can check it out here.
There were many interesting comments and questions on my first post about how to use Trello. I have some more content in progress, to help answer those questions and help you become a productivity badass using this tool.
And as always, I'm interested in more feedback from you. What are your productivity goals? What processes in your business (or your life) would you like to optimize and systematize, using a tool like Trello?
Let me know by leaving a comment below. It helps me make better, more relevant content for you.
I'm the founder of ActiveGrowth and Thrive Themes and over the last years, I've created and marketed a dozen different software, information and SaaS products. Apart from running my business, I spend most of my time reading, learning, developing skills and helping other people develop theirs. On ActiveGrowth, I want to help you become a better entrepreneur and product creator. Read more about my story here.
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