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Which kind of writer are you?
You are an ebook writer, or want to be.
You are an online content creator.
You simply enjoy writing.
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See for yourself:
If you do any kind of writing at all you're bound to get at least one good tip that helps your cause. At the low, low asking price, one tip is all it takes for your investment to pay off—but you'll surely get a lot more out of it than one tip.
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101 Writing Tips
Selected Excerpts from 101 Writing Tips
Tip 30: Create an Action PlanTo help you achieve your writing goals and stay focused, many people are helped by creating an action plan. This plan will cover the steps you need to take to get you from where you are to where you want to be.
Many folks tell you to set high goals. "Aim for the moon," they say, "even if you miss you'll be among the stars!"
That's a nice aphorism, but it's inherent with emotional risk. If you set ten goals and you only accomplish three of them, how do you feel?
Like a failure—at least that's how I feel.
On the other hand, if you have ten reachable goals and you nail them all, how do you feel?
Like a success—and that feeling fuels you on to accomplish more and more.
I like to do what I call "transcendent" goal setting. I set realistic, reachable writing goals and then try to "transcend" that goal ( to go beyond my goal).
Let me give you real life example...
I often set a goal of writing 10 pages per day for an ebook project if it's a subject I know well and won't have to do a lot of research. A person could write a 100 page ebook in 10 days at that pace. That's very good progress and I'm happy reaching that goal.
However, if I reach the goal I'll try to transcend it and write 12 pages, or 15, or maybe even 20 pages if things are going particularly well. Then I feel great knowing I got so much accomplished!
Some might say it's just a mind game I play with myself, but it's not a mind game, it is mind training. When you show your mind more successes than failures it comes to expect success.
And I like to keep my mind happy and feeling victorious. :o)
The point is to set daily writing goals. If you're not as experienced as I am, a realistic goal may be just two or three pages, or even just one.
Make your goals realistic and achievable, but not so easy that there's no challenge at all. Then follow your action plan, building success upon success, and you'll soon be positively prolific!
Tip 98: Show and Don't TellWhenever possible, show your readers what you want them to know rather than telling them what you want them to know. Not sure of the difference?
Telling: When Dennis released his latest ebook he sold 57 copies the first day.
Showing: Dennis leaned back in his chair. A smile crossed his face as he counted his sales. All in all he made 57 sales in one day, a new record. Tonight, he and his wife would celebrate!
Telling plants ideas but is boring. Showing gets the same ideas across but plants mental images in the readerís mind, which is more interesting.
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