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The more you write the more you improve. Especially if you do it in different styles and try to use words you’re not familiar with in your writing.
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You can be your worst critic. So, when you’re writing, avoid judging your writing at first. Even experienced writers don’t often crank out a perfect first draft, so setting your expectations too high from the outset is unrealistic (not to mention discouraging).
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The hardest part of a writer's job is sitting down to do the work. Writing happens in three phases.
The first step to fully devote yourself to developing your creative abilities.
Do not put off your efforts. Set goals, enlist the help of others, and put time aside each day to develop your skills.
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