The seven words that make up the quote in the headline above says a lot. The quote, which comes from book author Libba Bray, drives home a strong point about doing what it takes to develop as an effective writer.
And when you give it some serious thought, it falls right in line with what’s being taught in Wealthy Affiliate.
Writing is about your mindset
No doubt, writing doesn’t come very easy for a lot of people. At the same time, it’s not some obscure skill that can’t be learned and continuously honed. You see, it’s really about mindset.
Writing is really a mental exercise because you have think as you write. The more you do it, the better the words will begin to flow.
Look at it as a steady progression. But don’t get discouraged if your pace isn’t what you feel it should be. Baby steps are best and eventually you’ll be a lot further along in your writing than you could ever imagine.
At this hour (going on midnight on the east coast of the U.S.), I’m challenging everyone who reads this to commit to the quote in the headline of this blog entry.
Your readers will thank you
Your readers will thank you for it and you’ll be well on your way to becoming a writer who can connect in amazing ways with your readership.
It all starts with writing a blog. As much as possible, develop a habit of making a blog entry every day. What you write doesn’t have to be a certain length. The idea is to get your mental juices flowing.
As you do this on your blog, you’re building writing skills on a daily basis that will pay handsome dividends as you build your website with content. Yes, there will be times when you encounter writer’s block. But don’t let that stop you. Here are some tips to deal with writer’s block.
Ain’t nothing to it, but to do it.
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