Write Like There’s No Tomorrow

Tips For Writing Efficiently The First Time

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When you write like it’s the last time you’ll ever put your thoughts on paper, your writing will get better. You’ll have a sense of urgency and become more efficient and effective at writing.

  1. Edit As You Write

When I write, I rarely make huge mistakes as I type. This is because of my need for everything to be perfect. I complete my sentences and make sure everything is correct the first time. I’m not the type of person that just puts words down and hopes to edit it all later on down the road. A common suggestion is to spill your thoughts on to paper as fast as possible, no matter how bad the punctuation, and then to fix it in the futre. A better suggestion, in my opinion, is to make your writing as clean as you can up front to improve the quality of your writing. That way you’re thinking ahead of time about the best possible way to write.

2. Avoid Spelling Mistakes

It’s also common practice for people who are writing novels to get hundreds of pages out of their system and mispell word after word along the way. Personally, I try to make sure every word is spelled correctly as I write them. This way I’m not in any danger of missing anything along the way. The last thing I want is to write a novel and make a mistake on editing it and then have it published with an incorrect word.

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3. Create Better Content

When you’re on top of your writing game, your content improves dramatically. You’ll think of better ideas that will entertain and influence others when you write with a clear mind. When you think of each story being the last, a better quality of writing will occur and you’ll maximize your productivity. Your story will get better and the material will stand out above the rest.

Approach each article, blog, essay, or novel in this manner and you’ll overall productivity will increase.

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