Write to Overcome

This is well-said:

A large part of problem-solving is the ability to see a problem in its true form. If you’re able to describe a problem in a sufficiently clear and precise fashion, most of the solution will become evident. Writing helps. Write about your problems. It’s more precise than thinking.

via Twitter:

Writing has been an uncompromisable part of how I understand and operate in this world. I can’t recommend it enough to folks, for personal and professional reasons.

My daily exercise of writing out my thoughts, publicly, has accelerated my learning and been a boon to creative thinking and problem-solving. I believe a lot of my breakthroughs have actually been due to the work that I do on my digital drafting table.

I write to understand, to learn, to overcome.