5 (Ridiculously Simple) Ways to Write Faster, Better, Easier
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It made me reconsider how I do what I do, so you might give it a look-see, too!"
–Chris Brogan, President, Human Business Works
It used to drive me crazy.
I’d hear about writers who could just zip through their articles without breaking a sweat.
I was tired of sweating
I was tired of staring at blank screens.
I wanted to zip through writing the pros did.
In the process of writing a ton of articles during the past few years, I stumbled upon a few writing tricks that boosted my writing output and creativity tremendously.
Now I sweat a lot less
I want to share these techniques with you so that you will sweat less too.
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What’s this e-book all about?
“5 (Ridiculously Simple) Ways to Write Faster, Better, Easier” is filled with practical writing tips to help you become a better writer and a more effective communicator. From beating writer’s block to writing faster, these strategies can help everyone. Yes, even non-authors will benefit too.
But the best thing about these strategies is that they work.
How do I know these strategies work?
I discovered these strategies after writing more than 100 articles in six months. Once I discovered a technique that worked for me, I’d repeat it to see if it consistently produced results. If the results were steady, I’d write about that technique and share it with others to further validate its effectiveness.
This e-book is a collection of the top five writing strategies I shared that others said had improved their writing power.
What is in this e-book?
If you’re curious about just what you’ll get, here is the table of contents:
1. How to Zap Article Chaos in 4 Steps
Boost Your Writing Power by Being Organized
2. Stuck for Content Ideas?
Here’s How to Achieve (Nearly) Instant Relief
3. Write Faster with Sporadic Writing
Forget about Writing in Order. Write Out of Order
4. How the 10-20-30 Principle Cures Chaotic Writing Schedules
Can’t Find the Time to Write? Here’s a Workaround
5. How the "Whack-a-Mole" Factor Keeps You from Writing
Keep Annoying Distractions Away from Your Computer!
Exactly how will this e-book help you?
- Staying organized
- Generating ideas
- Writing quickly
- Using time efficiently
- Eliminating distractions
Tired of staring at blank screens?
Try sporadic writing. Whenever I was able to bust through the “blank screen” syndrome, I looked back at what I did. What often solved the problem was writing sporadically. Now I use sporadic writing 90% of the time.
On page 15 in the e-book, you will find the section on how to write sporadically. Read it, then give it a shot during your next writing assignment—and say goodbye to blank screens forever.
There you go: one of five simple strategies to boost your writing power.
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P.S. If you struggle with finding time to write, you’ll love using the 10-20-30 Principle described in my e-book. It works even with the craziest of schedules.