8 Simple Ways to Double the Speed of Your Writing … Right Here,Right Now!!!

There are some things everybody needs to remember and it is this-Practice makes a man perfect!

So even though I am gonna give you a basic plan on how to improve your writing,you still need to promise yourself that you should never give up no matter what!

1. Outline A Plan

The first thing that has proven highly effective for me and my writing is to outline my articles before I start writing.

I know this sounds ridiculously simple. The problem is that most people know about outlining but never use it in their writing properly.

It’s nothing fancy, but it works wonders for me and as you implement it into your writing, you may notice the same effects.

2. One Task At A Time

The next step is to single task, and eliminate any and all distractions while you’re writing.

Another really simple tip, but the magic lies not in complexity, but in simplicity.

So focus on getting your first draft done and then allow yourself to whatever your addiction is.

Or you may want to wait until the end of the day until you reward yourself.

3. Break Free 

Our inner critic gets in the way of writing the first draft fast, because it wants to have everything perfect before you’ve even written the article.

You can simply thank your inner critic for caring about the quality of your work and focus on getting the first draft done.

Tell your inner critic that you will edit the article after you’ve written it. The magic in writing well is not in producing a perfect first draft, but editing and rewriting afterward.

4. Dump Yourself

Whenever I’m stuck, I set a goal to write as fast as I can. If I run out of things to say or write, I will simply repeat the last word to keep the momentum going.

Brain dumping is a great way to get all your ideas out.

Once you’ve got the ideas on there, you can pick and choose the ideas that you think are relevant to whatever message you’re trying to convey.

5. Set A Deadline

If you want to dramatically cut down the time you spend writing articles, I suggest you get an egg timer or a regular clock and set a deadline for each article.

If you’re writing a 500 word article, you may want to set a deadline for 10 minutes.

This will force you to get everything out as fast as possible. It will also help to suspend your inner critic and focus on what’s truly important.

6. Plan A Routine

We all have routines and rituals that help us get into the right state for writing.

Mine is often making a cup of green tea and sipping it while I outline whatever I’m going to work on.

Think back to the last time you felt really good about diving into your writing. What did you do? How did you feel? Where were you?

7. A Place To Choose

There are places where you seem to get into the flow of writing effortlessly. For some people this may mean going to a coffee shop, while others like sitting in nature with no distractions at all.

I personally prefer writing at my desk with total silence. I may listen to music from time to time, but often enjoy the silence.

Find your own sacred writing space and spend your time writing there as much as possible.

8. Passion To Write

This may seem irrelevant at first, but have you ever noticed how much more you get done when you’re passionate about the topic you’re working on?

I certainly have.

Being passionate is not only important in writing, but in every area of your life. If you constantly do what excites you, you will produce high-quality work while at the same time feeling good about yourself.

As you finish reading this article, I want to remind you that you already have all the resources within you to easily write faster, better, and higher quality articles.

We often get in our own way, and as you become aware of this, you can begin to realize that you can get into the zone whenever you want.


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