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Developing the Writing Habit—Even if You’re Not a REAL Writer
Writers sometimes develop poor habits, and end up doing more thinking about writing than actual writing. I know, because although I write for a living, and I still don’t always spend enough time on the writing that I most want to do. And for those people who aren’t writers by trade, but need or want to write for professional or business reasons, then you may need a little help developing your writing habit.
The following simple steps can help you write more often and with better results.
1. Write Every Day
2. Set Manageable Writing Goals
3. Don’t Stress About Writing
4. When You’re Writing, Write Without Your Inner Critic
5. Get Feedback on Your Writing
Anyone who wants to write can do it. Discipline is the key, and catching the writing habit doesn’t hurt, either. With these tips, you can write better and faster than you ever imagined.About the Author:
Melinda Copp is a writing coach, ghostwriter, and book editor who specializes in helping aspiring authors reach their writing goals. Sign up for her free e-zine at www.FINALLYwriteabook.com, and get a free special report!
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