How To Never Run Out Of Ideas

“To match the number of novels, letters, essays and other scribblings Asimov produced in his lifetime, you would have to write a full-length novel every two weeks for 25 years.”

There’s something to be said for volume (as I’ve discussed before when I suggested you generate 50 ideas).

This Charles Chu post examines the work of prolific author Isaac Asimov and shares the six tactics he used to generate ideas including to never stop learning, not fight the stuck, and lower his standards.