Every idea that crosses your mind should go on this list, even when you sense it's far fetched or you aren't qualified to do it justice.
You never know when an idea you jot down in passing will blossom into a respectable thesis topic.
These ideas may or may not grab your attention, but they are leads that will point the way to topics that are trending in your field.
Many people get their best ideas while doing creative activities that have nothing to do with their professional lives.
The time has finally come to commit to a Master's thesis.
This is an exciting time, but it's also intimidating because you're dedicating the next year or more of your life to a substantial project that will have a tremendous impact on your professional life.
If you don't have what you need now, do some research and ensure that you can obtain it in the near future.
If the resources are available, create a mini experiment or send out a survey to put your primary ideas to the test.
Use this information to help you brainstorm topic ideas, and then use it to make completing your thesis easier.
Notice that many of these tips build on one simple tool: a list of brainstorming ideas.