Write-Your-Passion and enjoy the process of sharing your knowledge with others
Writing What You Know a blog I wrote for aspiring authors:
Apparently 4 out of 10 people want to write and are fearful of what to write because they just don't know the correct order to write and what to write about. This kind of thinking holds them back, limits their creativity and restricts the possiblity of income earning potential.
There is no need to worry about what to write about. Instead write about what you know and share your knowledge liberally with the world. It is this kind of attitude that will help you write creatively and produce the best copy you know how while assisting you to hone your writing skills that in time will lead to profit.
Your writing is unique to you and no other person can copy or take away the style of your writing. Your passion and knowledge will always shine through each word that you write. The only thing that will change over the course of your writing career is the quality of what you write. This is good, as the process of writing will shape and tidy your writing. In other words your skills will lead to informative and entertaining finished articles, blogs, eBooks etc., each piece of writing improving the more you write.
So, when you first begin to write you automatically start the preparation process that leads to a full critical mass of top quality writing that with guidance from a good coach can help you build a solid foundation for a profitable writing business. It’s like having a personal map to take your from where you are now to where you want to be, a writing map that shows you exactly which route to take to get to your final destination.
I’m a firm believer in the old adage that it’s worth trying something at least once... and writing a fresh piece of writing is always worth beginning and particularly rewarding when you use your writing to brand your style. It is that that will make you stand out from the rest. You will become a brand of one! Word by word.
Master The Craft of Writing
Begin at the beginning, think back to when you were at school and the teacher told you to write an essay that had a beginning, a middle and an end. Writing fiction or non-fiction is exactly the same process. It’s only the various writing techniques that differ from writer to author.
My message to you today:
WRITE, write every day and watch as your skill improves and opportunity arrives.