One thing that will make your writing come easier is if you pay attention to your writing process. Instead of just sitting down and writing without any guidelines or idea of what you want to say, you’re going to want to set up your writing so that you can focus on one thing at a time. To accomplish this, you’ll want to define each section or chapter of your writing before you get started writing the meat of your story or report.
The importance of defining the purpose of each section or chapter of your writing will become apparent when you do it. You’ll be able to focus on writing when it’s time to write. You’ll be able to stay on topic easier. Not only that, it will speed up the writing process substantially. Plus, as a bonus, your writing will be more understandable and easier to read.
Pre-Writing Makes Writing Easier & Faster
In fact, defining the purpose of each section of your writing project is one of the first steps in the writing process. Often this part is called “pre-writing.” This is where you find the idea you want to write about, build on your idea by researching, and then plan and structure the writing so that it’s like simply putting a puzzle piece together by filling in the blanks at the end. This makes the writing process so much faster.
Flesh Out Your Purpose for Each Section
Once you’ve done your research, brainstormed, and created the outline for your writing it’s time to start defining each section. The best way to do this is to simply write a synopsis of what you’re going to talk about in this chapter. Since you do have an outline, you can work with the outline to write the synopsis. Once you’ve written the synopsis for each chapter then it’s time to do the most writing.
Ensure You Have Order in Your Writing
One thing that separates good writing from mediocre writing is the ability to get your point across to your audience in as few words as possible while still engaging and entertaining them. You’ll have better luck accomplishing this is you’ve worked on the synopsis for each section carefully. At that point, you may choose to reorder some of the headings so that it flows better and makes more sense.
Helps Define the Beginning, The Middle & The End Better
When you take the time to organize your writing by defining the purpose of each section of your writing, it helps you ensure that each section has a beginning, middle, and end. When your audience reads the writing, they’ll be more likely to relate to the writing and understand it when it’s organized in this way. Plus, you’ll be able to ensure that you’re delivering the message you wanted to.
When you define what you plan to write for each section you ensure it has a beginning, middle, and end that makes sense to your readers. It also helps you write faster and in a more professional way. If you want to be a professional writer, you’ll be glad when you add this method to your process.
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