As an exercise, recall the day.
From the time you got up to now. Use only concrete detail. Name objects (bed, plates, food, biscuits, water) and events (walks, work, conversations) and people (friends and strangers).
Don't tell us how you felt. Just show us what you noticed and how you reacted to what happened about you.
"What to write about? Write about anything that interests you, then imbue it with life and make it unique and enrich it by blending in your own personal knowledge of life, friendship, relationships, sex and work. Especially work. People love to read about work." Stephen King
Write with a pen or pencil on a piece of paper. Writing by hand brings clarity to ideas, increasing the chance of finding solutions.
1. Write ‘Who Am I?’ at the top of ten index cards or pieces of paper.
2. Then write rapidly answering the question without censoring in ten different ways.
3. Now put these away in a drawer.
4. After four weeks open the drawer and imagine these were written by someone else.
5. Order the cards or slips of paoer in importance and ask :
a. What do these cards tell you about this person?
b. What things are most important?
c. What types of things would this person enjoy doing?
d. If this person had six months to live, how would he spend his time?