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10 Incredible Things You Learn From Writing Every Day
The art of writing is my prevailing passion. Expressing the right words in your writing can make all the difference in the world. Choosing the best words can enhance rationality, pace, attraction, sensation and individual expression of your message. That is the reason behind my love for writing.The art of writing is my prevailing passion. Expressing the right words in your writing can make all the difference in the world. Choosing the best words can enhance rationality, pace, attraction, sensation and individual expression of your message. That is the reason behind my love for writing.
However, passion by itself won’t achieve results unless you put some extra effort to achieve it. So last year, I took a step forward to finally pursue my dream of writing. The first thing I learnt during following my passion, and would advise everyone to follow is establishing a habit of writing daily, as writing skills only come through a daily practice.
It wasn’t easy until I started to write things like this article daily, the one you’re reading now, and I am learning a new thing every day. There are many incredible things that you learn from writing every day. Here are some of the surprising general benefits of writing daily I’ve learned so far. I hope they will help in discovering your writing passion.
1. Passion is crucial
I think everyone is talented and capable of writing well in a unique fashion. The way that effective writers distinguish themselves is by finding passion in their work. They find writing like any other job or task. If you want to be a good writer and want to learn about writing, then you should hold yourself accountable for this job it has to become a priority in your life.
2. Writing something bad adds up to something greater
One of the biggest challenges a beginner writer faces is building confidence in themself and overcoming self-doubt of writing something wrong. Being a writer, you must understand that nothing is ever perfect in the first stage.
If you want to learn about writing, ignore all those doubts in your head telling you to remove what you’ve written. Move on, ignore the hesitation and attempt to improve. Writing something, even if you know nothing about the topic. By keeping yourself determined, you will see exceptional results.
3. A little bit each day drives success
Writing a little each day can help you in building your momentum of writing with an attitude of gratitude for the new prospects. If you want to be a good writer, you need to understand that writing is not something that comes with expertise. Rather—in my experience—it comes with experiencing things, paying close attention to details and perceiving activities, interactions, and then expressing them by writing it down.
You should be writing during gaps of your normal day, like writing for a few minutes after you wake up—before making breakfast, or writing during your lunch break. You can even put down some thoughts and observations at night that you noticed during the day. Writing a little everyday would improve your writing in a better way than writing a lot once a week.
4. People might actually read your stuff
This is something that confuses me. I always think before sharing my newest pieces friends and family, but sharing with them to read what I write is mostly like pulling teeth.
Now-a-days sharing mediums like social media allows you to see how many “views” and “shares” each piece is getting. Don’t be surprised if your colleague or a friend comes up to you saying that they read your article.
5. People might never read your stuff
Always remember the truth that most people simply don’t care what you have to say or readers might never mention your article, or hit “like”, leave a comment, or share your article. However, if your writing is decent and consistent, you will soon find an audience. Keep writing and sharing, and there are chances that you might raise this primarily small audience into larger.
6. People might dislike what you write
This is pretty understandable; if you write something, there will be some people who will simply dislike your stories. But, don’t get disappointed because everybody has different taste in literature. You will need to read the mind of your audience, but this takes time. But after getting few bad reviews or negative comments, do not assume that everybody will dislike what you write. They will only hold you back. You will learn, and this will lead you to more successful writer.
7. Some people will dislike your writing style
This one is a little difficult to digest for a new writer. Sharing your writing out for people to see, critique, and criticize is frightening—a bad analysis or negative comment can lower your confidence. Don’t let it happen! Never let them hold you back from writing new things.
8. Selecting visuals in content is crucial
Nowadays modern readers love to see multimedia accompanying the content. Most popular online articles are consisting of videos, pictures or a GIF. Always remember to give credit to the original author of that graphic or picture if you can find one. It would be an embarrassing situation if one of your article readers the one who is the photographer of the picture you used without permission.
9. Read more
This factor is among the most important things that a writer must consider, because it directly influence your writing skills. To be a good writer, you must read every day and your reading should include everything—from horror to romance.
This is essential for your research as an artist. There are many resources available for reading, like free online e-books, and there are public libraries everywhere.
10. You will start building momentum
It might take weeks, or years to achieve the mark. But ultimately, your writing will get momentum. Similar to every other skill, writing takes a lot of devotion and determination.
But at the end, the hard work and long hours at the computer will give you immense success.
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