How to Capture Your Ideas Before They Disappear

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When you’re having an inspired moment where a wealth of ideas come to you, how do you capture them before you forget them? Before you think “Well, that’s what the voice recorder on my phone is for!”—let’s go a little deeper and look at “how” in another way as well. In this video, you’ll learn how to capture your ideas in a way that works for you and why it’s important not to elaborate on your ideas too soon.

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