What weighs three pounds, has four hunderd miles of blood vessels and one hunderd billion nerve cells or more? How could it possibly have anything to do with writing?
Tell me! Do you know? Four hunderd miles. . .four hunderd miles of blood vessels! Get out of town. One hunderd billion nerve cells. No possible way! There is no way on this blue-green earth suspended in blackness anything like this could ever exist for writers. Could you really measure this stuff? If so. . .how? This is top secret software?
Not only does it weigh three pounds, but it seems it constantly needs oxygen, sugar, omega-3, vitamins A and D, minerals like iodine, selenium, phosphorous, potassium, iron and calcium. It loves protein and thrives on water. It will help you writer better and create a cash flow into your billfold.
Well, it can’t be a gigantic sperm whale, colossal polar bear or mammoth elephant. They weigh more then three pounds. It definitely is not an international endangered species animal on the verge pf extinction. What could this weird entity be that actually floats in a clear liquid and looks like a large, wet wrinkled mushroom for all writers?
At first sight it seems to be a grotesque, yet dazzling disaster for you to observe. But it is incredible what it can do for your writing. In a snarled mess of creation, those billions of nerve cells exhibit unbelievable supremacy far greater than Intel cells, hard drives, and motorized memory banks. So, it is obvious isn’t it?
It’s a Supercomputer!
No doubt about it. That’s exactly what it is. Right? A computer. An ever-loving PC. Gotta be. The inventors pulled it off. Wrong. Computers don’t float in liquid.
Okay, okay. . .okay, I’m going to rip the black cloak of mystery off this nameless monster that is tearing your mind apart with millions of questions. As slowly as I can. . .It Is Your Brain!
Can you believe it? Your brain! Your brain for writing that book, article, novel you have been thinmking about. That organ you use 24/7 to understand the world and your research so you can write. It is the most multifacted and highly orgainized creation probably in the Universe, at least, on earth.
Give me a break you say.
I’ll bet you thought it was an outer space alien. Come on, admit it. At least for a while you thought it was an ET. Well, maybe for a few seconds, right? Anyway, why would an article on how to write include the anatomy of the human brain? What possibly would be so important about the brain to a writer who wants to make money?
E V E R Y T H I N G!
Your brain is your lifetime, super buddy co-writer with a sensory system to beat all systems. Without it, your body would fall apart and whither away in a dust storm and you won’t be able to write. With it, your thoughts, feelings, emotions, talents, memories, and the capacity to sort out data, buzzes and hums like a bee hive to improve your writing. It runs your body functions to the max contniuously. The great news of the century is you don’t have to switch it off or on like your computer. It just keeps going and going and going. . . .
Talk about excelling your writing!
However, can’t you compare your brain to a computer? Both systems offer rare opportunities to surpass goals in your writing career and fatten your bank account. For the swift progress of your writing, the similiarities between your brain and the comoputer are astounding! True speed writing is no longer a fantasy. I mean, real speed writing. Just for starters get a load of the following parallels. Both have electrical signals to transfer information. By asdvancing year after year, they adapt to new software. Although they are subject to damage, both need energy to poerate. Both can do math and common sense everyday jobs. Researchers study them like links in the wildlife food web. Assuredly, Both can be in re-program modes.
As a result, in amazement you ingeniusly merge two entities into top secret software for writing that sings out to you like Carolina warblers in spring. Your brain and computer become one uniting creature of creativity. A creature called a Brainputer! A Brainputer seeking. . .seeking, words to express, describe, portray, depict, and reveal every page of your writing.