Become a Good Writer : I often hear people call themselves “writer” for no reason aside from the fact that they sometimes write things.
The thing that “writers” often forget is they don’t know how to write.
It’s not the mark of a writer. It’s the hallmark of delusion.
Although you may think your writing is amazing, but aren’t sure how to easily communicate your message in writing, you isn’t going to see the brilliance you possess.
But there’s a chance…
It is possible to learn how to be an excellent writer.
If you’re looking to begin your writing career, but aren’t sure where to begin Let me assist you.
I’ve put together a straightforward 30 days of practice for those who are who is interested in this type of work.
Make sure you take this course seriously In just 30 days, you’ll be able confidently to claim yourself to be an “writer”.
How to become an effective writer in four weeks: The Ultimate guide
The post has been divided in four parts:
- Week 1 (Days 1-7)
- Week 2 (Days 8-15)
- Week 3 (Days 16-24)
- Week 4 (Days 25-30)
This process is designed to get a student from a point in the beginning to a place within 30 days.
If you adhere to this plan, within 30 days, you’ll be able to produce at least one completed polished, expert piece of work. Additionally, you will have a proven method of creating many quality writing pieces.
If you’re a writer or blogger and do not have 30 days to follow this process Don’t fret; you are still able to take the advice and techniques from this article and incorporate them into your existing writing routine.
However, if you’re not currently a professional I would highly suggest to follow this advice and not produce any tangible work until the 31 day day. This will make sure that you’re able to perform in line with the professional standards.
I also suggest keeping an extra notebook or notepad to carry around whenever you need to note any interesting thoughts you have that “come” to you during the day.
Do not act upon and write “finished pieces” about any of these ideas until you’ve completed the course of the program. However, as you progress your imagination will begin to flourish in amazing ways. The ability to capture that imagination as it unfolds is a great idea.
Learning To Practice
As we begin our journey as writer, the first thing we have to start is getting in the routine.
I’m about say something that not many of writers will admit…
The majority of writing are not very good.
It’s not just “bad” writing, but writing so awful that the smell insanity is sprayed out of your computer, and you are able to inhale the rancid smell from “suck”.
Many new writers are arrogant and believe that they will never be able to write pieces of such a terrible quality.
They are the bloggers who began writing about only a week ago. They post articles every day three times.
Their writing is horrible and worthless rubbish.
They won’t only be unable to be able to establish themselves as a brand but they’re also doing themselves a huge harm by giving the public an unflattering impression regarding their efforts.
They’re not yet able to master how to choose quality over quantity.
But there’s one very important aspect that should be kept in mind…
Poor writers aren’t the only ones to write poor writing.
Writers who are good at it write terrible things every single day!
It’s the difference that the best writers do not let anyone else know about the negative aspects of their writing.
Good writers possess one thing that writers who aren’t good have:
They’ve learned to look beyond their own thoughts and evaluate the work from a distance. They also realize that they shouldn’t allow their pride to interfere with their work. If an artwork is not good They know that it needs to be either reworked or destroyed… however, it is not a good idea to publish it in the same way.
In the first few days of our 30-day plan it is important to learn to be able to) write with easeand also) be able to discern the signs of bad writing.
Daily, two times every day, you should do an 15-minute “free write”. This is when you set a timer to 15 minutes, and you don’t stop writing at any time during those 15 minutes.
You’re just writing the first thought that pops into your thoughts.
If nothing comes to your head You should compose: “Nothing is coming to my head. I’m not sure what I should write.”
Building A Framework
You probably have an idea of how to record ideas as they arise. Your imagination should be bubbling.
(Remember to have a notebook on hand! )
It is also important to examine the writing piece and find out if it’s a mess. Your writings are, for example, not well-organized, they’re not appealing, they’re stuffed with grammar mistakes and do not make a amount of sense.
If you can observe that you’re progressing, then you’re doing well.
we’ll be beginning to put our thoughts together and begin to develop some consistency in the writing we write.
At the moment our writings are scattered and scattered. It’s like writing whatever’s in our heads, and there’s no thought process behind everything. It’s just to write for the reason of writing.
Let’s now alter that…
Free Write Journaling
This week, we’ll take on what I refer to as “free write journaling”. It’s an experiment that blends the free write journaling we’ve been doing as well as conventional “journaling” (a.k.a. keeping a journal).
Journaling is the process of writing about what transpired to you throughout your day. It’s intended to be done in the evening and serve as a recollection of the day’s events.
Each night, beginning from the moment you first woke up in the morning, take a note of your day. Try to be as exact as you can.
It’s the “free write” aspect comes in because you shouldn’t be thinking too much about what or how you’re writing. Write as fast and as often as is possible.
Take whatever thoughts you have away from the main subject in the “journal”, and “free write” about these. When you’ve come to an impasse, go back to writing about your day’s activities.
When you recount the events of the day Don’t be distracted by spelling, grammar or fashion.
Now, after just two weeks of work, we have an established foundation to work from and a regular writing routine and solid, unshakeable outlines. Also, we may are eager to actually begin writing essays.
This is where we move ahead and actually design the pieces that we’ve been thinking about.
This week we’ve been discussing many ideas – our journals are filled with lots of emotional weight and our outline pages are basically articles awaiting to be written.
We should have a clear idea of the types of things we’d like to write.
In contrast to previous weeks, there’s much more flexibility your writing. So If you’re planning to write a 5,000 word article for this week do it. complete it.If you want to write 10 500-word pieces in the next week take the initiative and write it.
The most important thing is to keep the exercise. Write every day for 7 days. It doesn’t matter if it’s one piece a day , or one piece over the course of a week is irrelevant… simply be sure to write every single day.
Proofreading, Editing, Finalizing
If there’s a thing that bothers me about many novice writers I’d like to share this with you:
- They believe that they don’t need to proofread.
This isn’t just arrogant; it’s also dumb.
It’s so dumb.
You must proofread.
If you’re not doing that and you’re not doing it, then you’re completely not providing the world a great work of art. I’m sure of it.
Even if you’ve got the privilege having a copy editor you shouldn’t depend on them to proofread your work for you. Editors’ job is to polish your writing and ensure that everything is perfect before it is published. The editor’s job isn’t to take care of the mess you left due to the fact that you don’t wish to go back and read your work.
I was reading an article written by one of the writers who said that he doesn’t proofread. He was so cocky and arrogant about it. He stated, “I just don’t like doing it therefore I don’t do it. If the file has to be edited I’ll simply email the document for editing to me.”
The issue is that it’s not allowing the editor to perform the task that the editor was supposed to perform.
If the editor is required to begin by fixing large chunks of issues, they’re not likely to be able to focus all their attention on the finer things that bring out the writer’s writing. All they’ll be focusing upon is helping the author appear less like a sloppy ignorant person who doesn’t know how to write.