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Use placeholders

Use placeholders

Your goal is to keep the writing flow going. Whenever you reach a point where you don't know what words to use, how to connect paragraphs, or how to express an idea, leave a placeholder and move on.

The placeholder can be anything that stands out e.g. TODO, TK, !!!.

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