Merging and Revising my Favorite Problems into a Draft

Merging and Revising my Favorite Problems into a Draft

I am applying my structured writing method, and I like it. I started from version 2, I developed a couple of problems per article, I merged the six drafts into a 1’500-words essay. It must not be just an exercise for the sake of it. I want it to become my mission’s foundation.

This blog could be the idea development log where I write about how I worked on it and publish the progressive drafts.

In my notes, I would put, instead, the most current version.

This relieves pressure on finalizing and publishing articles as deep as this one. It creates quite a redundancy, though, but I have to live with it for now.

I don’t know if I will also be able to do the revision, but I am happy I could follow a structured process to write about a complicated topic like this one.

This is the perfect material to work on my Personal Knowledge Management System: a central prompt, many connected concepts, connections between them, multiple revisions, and refinements. A great start.

So, for the time being, I would declare myself satisfied with a hard-earned draft of:

My 12 Favorite Problems Version 3

Merging and Revising my Favorite Problems into a Draft
Merging and Revising my Favorite Problems into a Draft
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