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What is a bubble?

Hilary coined the Bubble Method as her favourite way to capture thoughts and put them on paper to evaluate ideas, find patterns, and discover action steps.

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The Bubble Method

You can use the bubble method as an elaborate mind map or simply as something you sketch out as a quick and dirty bubble to keep you on track.

Here's how

It would be best if you had a pen and a piece of paper to begin your bubble.

Write out your keyword topic, what's blocking you, anything, in the center of the page.

Circle your phrase, and draw ten lines coming out from the bubble.

At the tip end of each ten lines, write the first things that come to your head.

You don't need to edit or judge your thoughts. You are capturing them to evaluate them.

Ways to use the bubble method
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