They should know better.
Big ideas don't come from sitting.
As Nietzsche said, “All truly great thoughts are conceived while walking.”
Writers have always understood walks are not trips around the block, but treks through idea-land.
Aristotle, Kant, Rousseau, Blake, Dickens, Woolf, Hemingway—all were avid walkers.
"The moment my legs begin to move,” Thoreau said, “my thoughts begin to flow.”
Why does walking work?
Because we don’t have to think hard when we do it.
Our minds are free to wander—and unleash a parade of images.
So, here are the steps to killer content.
Walk a mile.