Successful You–How to improve writing skills
Writing is a skill to transferring your idea into concise and effective written words and writing well requires extra effort, not unlike average writing.
Here are strategies to write well.
First, organize your thoughts before writing.
Second, write directly without proofreading until running out of your ideas.
Third, make outlines based on structure.
Fourth, read as much as possible. The reading is an indirect experience to get an idea and find good phrases or wording. Bestselling author, Roz Morris says, “Reading exposes us to writing that’s better than our own and helps us to improve. Reading—the good and the bad—inspires you.”
Sixth, break down the writing blocks for readability. Writing should be considered audience, not yourself, so divided blocks help readers to absorb it.
Seventh, write every day. Daily training is the most effective way to improve your writing skills.
Lastly, edit over and over again. Editing work is not limited to better writing—highlighting active voice, key points, and tone.