How to Discover the Genius in You And Set It Free to Create Hit Newsletters
First We Start With The Backwards Editing Process
The backwards editing process is used to spot spelling errors only. You see, when you read something that you've written, your mind can't 'see' any errors. It simply 'sees' what you meant to say. By reading it backwards you force yourself to look carefully at each and every word.
Of course, if you have spell check on word then by all means use that. Here's what I do.
Highlight all of the text by holding the left mouse button down at the top of the text and dragging the cursor arrow down to the bottom.
Now left click on 'tools' on the top toolbar.
Move the mouse down to 'language' and another menu should appear.
Select 'Set Language' from this menu and left click on it.
You should now see a box with a list of all the different languages available. Left click ONCE on the English (UK) language. (Or English (US) for American spelling)
Now look towards the bottom of the box and you'll see a check box for 'Do not check spelling or grammar'. Make sure this box DOESN'T have a tick in it. If it does then left click in the check box until it has gone.
Now go to the highlighted language and DOUBLE left click on it. The language box should now disappear and the whole of the text will be checked for spelling errors in the language you chose.
Finally, run spell check by left clicking once on the symbol that has ABC and a tick underneath it. (Tip: If you lay the mouse pointer on it then 'Spelling and Grammar' should pop up.)
Extra Help To Create Hit Newsletters
Come up with ideas from your own personal favourite pastimes and hobbies - this makes it easy and fun, because you will be really interested, even passionate during the thought processes, for your ideas.
Alternatively - if you feel very strongly about an injustice or care deeply for any particular sector of the public (e.g. wheelchair bound people, homeless, fat cats etc) come up with ideas by working or involving yourself in that sphere - so you will find out what needs improving. You will also come into contact with the government bodies and boards you would have to submit your ideas or products to.
Don't forget: an idea cannot be protected. If you believe you're working on a fantastic idea, either: keep quiet until it's developed far enough to be able to protect it - even if it's just by copyright or design right (although business development advisors, solicitors etc. are sworn to secrecy) or: if you like the idea of throwing an ideas party or being involved in a buddies group etc. make absolutely certain of the ground rules (even if it's signing a letter of confidentiality) are in place before you release your idea for general discussion. Don't wait until the second bottle has been open!
Any new ideas thought up after relating 'success' stories, an agreement must be in place first so everyone knows the rules. If you choose a person to carry on working with an idea, three or four of you first thought up, before they develop it is the time to ask what does each person want if it makes money?
This is important, First, decide what you need to know. Do you know if there is a market place for your idea or product? Has your idea already been implemented by someone else? If it hasn't, then the next question you would ask yourself, is whether it is so revolutionary as to attract buyers? Why should anyone bother to buy your idea against the ones already on the market place? If you cannot answer such a question, then your idea is not worth pursuing; because it's the main question buyers will ask you.
Things always look good after the second bottle, make sure you don't start the first bottle when you discuss these sorts of ideas. The bubbly should only be cracked after your success in implementing your ideas NOT just thinking about them.