9. Research and Believability
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1. Write down three things you've learned today — whether from reading, watching, listening, or doing. Don't worry about whether you can apply them to a story, although if you see a connection, by all means note that.
2. Do this every day for the next week. Then browse your list, and this time do look to see if anything seems relevant. If so, take a few notes so you don't forget.
Extra Credit: Do this every day for a month. Is it starting to become habit-forming? Excellent!
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