Sometimes inspiration comes so spontaneously and with such fervor that it can be difficult to put the flood of ideas into words.
When the idea first came to me, my brain flipped inside my skull. Thoughts branched and sprung new ideas until I had so much in my head I felt like I needed to get it into words in some form or another, but didn't want to immediately jump into it, as it was already late in the evening. I decided I'd sleep on it, but couldn't get it out of my head. I spent the rest of the evening daydreaming about it, and lied down to bed with a head full of craziness.
When I woke up the next morning, It honestly wasn't the first thought on my mind, but it was definitely a close second. I made a pot of coffee, then a coffee of pot, and sat down at my laptop to get started with the day. It wasn't long before it was happening again, and I found a pen suddenly in my hand. I spent the next three hours writing down all the little ideas and tried my best to keep them as organized as I could. Everything in the image below was written out in that three hour brain vomit.
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This is just a small insight into how my brain works... It's all over the place all the time, but it all connects in some way, and if you can see the bigger picture for what it is, it all makes sense together. It's hard to explain 😅
I've shared this image with only a few people before now, and I'm currently a very busy bee turning this "mind-map" into something that makes a lot more sense in a google doc. I've shared that document, which at the time of writing this post sits at about 5700 words, in the HiveHustlers Discord, and It's not quite finished yet, but if you're interested, and want to read more about this, click the link below.