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Accidental Genius

Using Writing to Generate Your Best Ideas, Insight, and Content

By Mark Levy
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Accidental Genius: Using Writing to Generate Your Best Ideas, Insight, and Content by Mark Levy

Accidental Genius (2010) outlines techniques, ideas and exercises that utilize freewriting. It’s a method that many people use to organize their thoughts, solve problems and access the great ideas buried in their minds. The techniques and tips detailed here can be used to achieve better concentration, bring order to disorder and free up creative capacity.

  • People interested in innovative writing techniques
  • Anyone whose work involves complex problem-solving situations
  • Writers or students trying to organize material and ideas for theses or books

Mark Levy is the founder of marketing strategy firm Levy Innovation. He has written for the New York Times, written or co-authored five books, and has taught research writing at Rutgers University. He also has an interest in magic.

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