Some Simple Writing Tips

By Jerry Rhone

There are two kinds of people in this world-writers and speakers. Writing and speaking are the two forms of communication. Every person will have to master at least one form in order for you to effectively express yourself to other people. This article will explore the certain tips that will help you become a better writer.

Move yourself to write.

You cannot expect yourself to write on demand. That is exactly the reason why you had a difficult time handing in a 500-word essay on the "Bronze Age" or "the rise of the homo sapiens species".

You can't expect yourself to be ecstatic to write about something you don't understand or even know to begin with. In order for you to feel motivated enough to pick up a paper and a pen, you need to pick a topic that moves you into writing.

If you feel strongly about your topic, you will be more enthusiastic and excited to write. Eventually, you will be able to write an essay on anything and everything under the sun as long as you do a little research, but while you're still on the process of honing your writing skill start with topics that will motivate you.

Just write.

When you're on the process of completing your essay, you should refrain from editing your work.

Writing is the process of converting your thought into words. The same way that you do not want to be interrupted while you are in the middle of a speech or telling a story, editing will only disturb your mind from being able to think about what to write next.

You need to allow your brain to take a breather before taking a nosedive into editing your work.

Practice Makes Perfect

Writing is a skill that you have to continually polish and develop. The same way that you have to practice in order for you to nail your dance steps, you need to constantly write.

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