10 Charms That’ll Enchant You to Write Better
Innovate One Identifiable Style or Voice and Frequently Write With That One Voice
Write as if you Won’t Have the Chance to Write Again
“What is ONE piece of advice that you’d give to someone about to start publishing content?”
“Write 500-1,000 words every day, and make it a habit that sticks.The most successful people in the world produce something every single day, often in the form of writing daily.Everyone is different, but for me it works extremely well to get my writing done in the morning after my workout.
Block some times and just get it done, that’s how you improve and get better. Something very powerful I did in the very beginning to improve my writing and find my voice more, was to take a 30-day blog challenge.
I went all in during this challenge, and wrote around 45,000 words… pretty crazy considering that I’m not even a native English speaker.
That’s how I became more comfortable in writing long form epic content, and even though it takes me 20-30 hours to write an epic guide, it’s well worth it because it’s the best content out there on the topic.”
How to write well becomes easier when you read because you’d emulate the good writing skills used in what you read.
Drafting an Outline Before Writing Makes You Write Well
How to Draft an Outline Before you Write
- Acknowledge a truth about the topic with your first sentence, let other sentences attract every single attention that sees it.
- You may think of some stories, metaphors or gone captivating tragedies that is relevant to solving your topic’s problem.
- Write our how many paragraphs you want for your introduction. But this introduction must be brisk so that it quickly links to the body.
- list your points with captivating bullets
- research on statistics or examples on each points to back up.
- arrange these points in right order, so that the first point doesn’t come last.
- shock the reader with a reason to agree to your philosophy
- attach a call-to-action by asking a question that keeps any reader thinking and lit