205 BLOG CLOCK: STACKED + PASTED: Tags List
0 Anchor Post Template Simple Reality Disciplines
QUESTIONS for thinking it through:
How could this clarify my Reality?
How could this benefit if added to my Disciplines?
Who needs to hear this?
 This is an anchor post; its purpose is to begin a discussion on a particular topic, anchoring that conversation in the wisdom of the initial quote, which is from
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BLOG CLOCK: STACKED + PASTED: Tags Listed
1. Scanning for input. Clip anything interesting to Evernote. (Output: Inbox)
2. Tag and Bag the Inbox. Add date. Select tags for genre category, topic and proper template. Is this an anchor post quote – a quote to build a post around? Move to proper notebook … project notebook for anchor post content or library for context information. (Output: Anchor Post)
Anchor = something worth building a post around. If not present, it’s for context at this time.
Project: 1.101 tags, 2.CLAYPOT tags, 6.Wesley tags, 7.Bible tags,
Author: a. … if important to the post.
Category tags: bc.(whatever categories are in the blog – the final destination of this post)
Topic: t. tags further describe the topic.
Context goes into A.Bin.Library
Anchors go into Work In Progress Stack which contains Active Project Notebooks:
AmibdextrousChurch (identified by category unless otherwise listed)
Commands of Christ
3. Add template identified by the tag to an anchor post. Add material into the template; fill in the blanks. Add thesis sentences and questions which could become paragraphs.
(Output: Templated First Draft)
List of Templates:
4. Context – expand with material from Evernote Context and from a second scan for it with Google. (Use target phrases in quotes.) Arrange new material with thesis statements for paragraphs or list separately as quotes.
(Output: Expanded Draft)
5. Kueker the material by connecting the information with my insights. Add bridging statements to create a draft, adding connecting input, discussion questions, etc. Add personal stories or experiences. Finish filling in the template.
(Output: Personalized Draft)
6.1. Editor function for source footnotes and other information needed prior to posting. Format. Give credit. Utilize critical voice to clean up inconsistencies.
(Output: Perfected Draft)
6.2. Draft finished in Evernote. Check grammar, spelling. Read aloud. Ready to Post.
(Output: Final Draft)