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    Lightbulb Ways To Help or improve You Write Better

    What Consume Your Mind, Controls Your Life...

    1. Imagine yourself writing:

    Imagine Yourself Writing. if you can imagine it, you can achieve it.
    if you can dream it, you can become it

    2. Remind yourself the REASON why you're writing:

    Don't write, because other people said so.
    Don't write, because you heard it's a useful skill.
    Don't write, just because you want to say something.
    Write, because you genuinely enjoy it.

    3. Commit to a daily goal:

    100 words. 1 paragraph. 20 minutes. 1 draft.
    Whatever daily goal you set, COMMIT to it. No whining. No postponing. NO
    excuses.
    If you're going to make excuses, lower the numbers until you can.

    4. Listen to music that fits your writing:

    Music kicks our mood for practically everything -
    from dinner dates at home to workouts. Yes, even writing.

    And it's especially effective if you're writing an emotional piece.
    Just don't choose songs that have lyrics in your native tongue, because
    that'll distract you.

    SO KEEP WRITING :D

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    Re: Ways To Help or improve You Write Better

    Quote Originally Posted by 27.johnwilliams View Post
    What Consumes Your Mind no comma here Controls Your Life no ellipsis here

    1. Imagine yourself writing no colon here

    Imagine yourself writing. If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. if you can dream it, you can become it.

    2. Remind yourself of the REASON why you're writing no colon here

    Don't write no comma here because other people said so.
    Don't write no comma here because you heard it's a useful skill.
    Don't write no comma here just because you want to say something.
    Write no comma here because you genuinely enjoy it.

    3. Commit to a daily goal no colon here

    100 words. 1 paragraph. 20 minutes. 1 draft.
    Whatever daily goal you set, COMMIT commit to it. No whining. No postponing. NO No excuses.
    If you're going to make excuses, lower the numbers your goals until you can achieve them.

    4. Listen to music that fits your writing no colon here

    Music kicks influences our mood for in practically everything every situation, no dash here from dinner dates at home to workouts. Yes, even writing.
    And It's especially effective if you're writing an emotional piece. Just don't choose songs that have lyrics in your native tongue, because that'll distract you.

    SO Keep writing!

    :D
    Don't try to make your own emoticons
    Welcome to the forum.

    Please note my multiple corrections to your text above. Your title is completely ungrammatical. In order to improve your own writing, I suggest you read up on the use of commas and capital letters.

    Is your native language really English? No offence but you've made a lot of errors indicative of a non-native speaker.
    Last edited by GoesStation; 21-Mar-2021 at 12:58.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Ways To Help or improve You Write Better

    Hi, 27.johnwilliams. Please update your profile with your correct location.
    I am not a teacher.

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