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You can do this literally by putting ideas on note cards or scraps of paper and physically moving them into different piles. Show your support by liking us on Facebook You can also make charts that illustrate the relationships between ideas.
Write a metaphor or simile and then explain to someone why your metaphor works or what it means to you. Take your topic or idea and 1 describe it, 2 compare it, 3 associate it with something else you know, 4 analyze it meaning break it into parts5 apply it to a situation you are familiar with, 6 argue for or against it.
Write what you know for sure and a beginning will probably emerge as you write.