Write What You Think

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There is something delightful and fulfilling about putting your thoughts, ideas, goals and basically anything you want to accomplish in writing.

Writing can be a very frustrating effort at times especially when there are days when you have felt utterly stupid that you can’t even spell the word “appropriate” (or is it aproppriate?) but it is also rewarding. It can produce a variety of emotions and a great outlet after those hard days’ work.

Every people have different ways of catching their thoughts but the following ideas will you putting your thoughts into writing because it works for me.

Tip #1 – Always Carry a Notebook

Bring notebook with you wherever you go in order to capture even the silliest ideas for an article, or chapter and even paragraph.

Tip #2 – Make it a habit of writing every day

If the idea strikes simply grab that notepad and pen or you can use your cell phone in case you forgot to bring pad and starting to write even few lines. Don’t mind about the arrangement of words it will come up easily when you have time to arrange it.

Tip #3 – Put into practice writing in your head

Try writing your little ideas in your head until finally it will have an outline and if the time comes that the continuous flow of thoughts hits you, you already have heading, keywords and an outline for your piece.

Tip #4 – Read related topics about your ideas and learn the style of different writers

It is not a sin to adapt what you think is more comfortable style to you even if they come from another writer; it’s just improving your crafts. Just don’t lose your own style in the end.

Tip #5 – Practice extending your vocabulary

Imagine that one word a day of learning will extend your vocabulary by 365 words per year, and after a year it became thousands and so on. Use different word with the same meaning for your writing to minimize word redundancy.

Tip #6 – Learn correct grammar

Your writing like your other work is your signature and many readers will follow you if they know that you carefully and intellectually outlined your thoughts and words correctly.

Tip #7 – Write and don’t stop to write

Remember that the more you write the better you become. And if you become better, the more you want to write.

Use the power of words to share your ideas and enthrall the interest of your readers. Writing can be very effective tool if you are into internet business marketing, you can use more of your writings to attract traffic and sell products.

Writing your thoughts down can change your life and personality for the better.

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6 Responses

  1. wow thanks sa tips!!

    MAGAMIT NGA para sa pagsusulat ko ng mg kwento!
    hehehe

    mas may mapipiga talaga sa pagsusulat kapag may pinaghuhugutan. kasi akopag magsusulat, di ko pinipilit na may mailabas, kusa na lang gagalaw ang kamay at hindi titigil sa pagsusulat. o – ha

    😀

    😀

    hi po kamusta na!!

  2. very informative.. I admit I can write effectively while on another desk, not in front of the computer..that’s where my ideas seem to flow naturally..I guess it depends on people..

  3. Hello fellow odesker, I found your blog as I was searching for blogs about odesk.

    Thanks for these tips…I particularly like #1, #2 and #5, because I seldom do these….your article has reminded me that I should be more diligent in adding new terms to my vocabulary, everyday, so as not be grappling for words. Sometimes a good idea strikes me but I end up losing the train of thought because I did not jot down keywords.

    Nice blog…keep up the good work!

    odeskmommy.com

  4. salamat sa tips…especially im too lazy to write….
    Tip #7 – Write and don’t stop to write

    Remember that the more you write the better you become. And if you become better, the more you want to write.

    Use the power of words to share your ideas and enthrall the interest of your readers. Writing can be very effective tool if you are into internet business marketing, you can use more of your writings to attract traffic and sell products.

    salamat dito !

  5. Salamat sa mga practical tips RFH. I like tip #4 the most lalo na nang mga times na hindi ko alam kung sino ako. Tapos, dahan-dahan, habang nagbabasa ako ng ibang obra, parang nakikita ko ang aking un-developed self. Sabi ko sa sarili ko – i think this is what is unfolding in me and whom i wanna be. I stick to the insight…

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