1. JUST START IT
Whatever you plan or wish to do just start doing it. Take the first step start chasing your dream. When you are brave enough to start you will be able to succeed and you will make it happen.
2. FOLLOW YOUR PASSION
No matter what people say always do what you like to do. Stephen king’s family, teachers etc all said that, he was wasting the time writing but he kept going on as he believed in himself.
3. DO IT FOR JOY
If there is no joy in it, it’s just no good, writing is not about making money, getting famous or making friends. Writing blog posts should be inspired play and it should not feel like work when you do it for joy, u can do it forever no matter what.
4. STICK TO IT
Never give up on your dreams no matter how hard it seems. good writing is the result of thousands of ours that’ the writer has spent composing and fee born of thousands of hours spent reading compositions of others. Don’t be afraid of rejection.
5. IS NOBODY REGARDING YOUR BLOG YET?
If you really enjoy it it’s shouldn’t matter to you. You just keep working on producing new material and work on a writing blog.
6. FIND YOUR OWN WRITING SPACE
When writing gets rid of them the whole world. Find your own writing space close the door and concentrate. Eliminate all the distraction. Keep aside your phone it will improve the quality of your life save you a lot of time which you can spend on working on your passion.
7. MAKE IT UNIQUE
Blend it in your own personal knowledge in your writing what you know makes you unique. You have your own thoughts interest and concerns. Be brave and tell people what you think and what you know.
8. MAKE YOUR WRITING READER FRIENDLY
Just by looking at the text you can see if it is going to be easy or hard to read it. Easy stuff lots of paragraphs and a lot of white space.
9. EDIT YOURSELF
Write a first draft get away from it and do something else then come back and read it over. Fix the spelling mistakes and pick up consistency. You need to revise for length. You omit needless words cut the bullshit and cut the fluff from your writing.
10. YOU CANNOT PLEASE EVERYONE
You can’t please all the readers all the time. You can’t even please some of the readers all the time, but you should always try to please some of the readers some of the time.
11. TEACH YOURSELF
Forget the classes, the lessons, the seminars. You learn your trait best by putting the efforts into it and doing it. The most valuable lessons of all are the ones you teach yourself.
12. WRITE A LOT
Don’t talk about it just do it. Your Time is valuable and you need to understand that the hours you spent talking about writing is the time you don’t spend actually doing it.
13. READ A LOT
If you don’t have time to read you don’t have time or tools to write either. Everything you read has its own lessons. Reading good stuff helps you aim higher and work harder. You see what can be done and experience different styles. Reading bad stuffs helps you recognize bad things and helps you to steer clear of them in your own work.
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