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Module 1: Triggers for Writing

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Writing - Triggers for writing 5

Triggers for writing 5

Writing is a more considered, deliberate form of expression compared to
speech which is often more spontaneous. It is an opportunity to share your
experience with the world. A chance to share your unique viewpoint.
Remember that no one else has your experience; no one else knows what it is
like to be you. No one else can write like you. Also remember that there
are stories to tell that only you can tell.

Many of the world's most influential people such as Nelson Mandela have
used their own experiences as triggers for writing.

If you are having difficulty writing you might like to ask yourself the
questions that follow. These can be used as triggers or prompts for your
work. By answering any of the questions below you will be joining the ranks
of some of literature's finest writers and philosophers who have explored
these ideas in depth.

If I had one message only to tell the world what would it be?

When have I felt happiest? Saddest? Angriest?

Who has made me feel happiest? Saddest? Angriest?

What is the funniest thing that has ever happened to me?

Who are my heroes. Why?

Who would I least like to be? Why?

If I could be any person or thing, who or what would it be?

If I could create an ideal world what would it be like?

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