Get it write!
What does it really take to make your writing express your true intent? How do words, ideas, and formats matter? Answering these questions can be very different depending on what you're trying to achieve. You may have to do some soul searching to get the results you want. Here are some tips from Write Help 4 You to help you keep your writing on track.
Writer's block is real!
It's the nightmare of all nightmares! You've found yourself stuck and unable to write. The words just aren't flowing. You feel stressed and pushed into a corner. It's called "writer's block."
Writer's block is scary, but you can overcome it. Getting back on track may not be as difficult as you might think. At WriteHelp4You, we want you to succeed! Try these WriteHelp4You tips:
If you're stuck and staring at a blank piece of paper, it's time to get up and do something else.
It's also a good idea to connect with someone to brainstorm and share ideas.
Start making a list of ideas that you've discussed or have researched.
Ditch the "rules" of writing as you begin jotting down your thoughts.
Write an outline with your ideas to give your project structure. Download our FREE OUTLINE template!
Once you've developed an outline, you can begin to fill in supporting details, and BAM, you're on your way to a finished piece.
Get focused! If you're only thinking about exact wording, punctuation, and grammar, you're preventing your most amazing ideas from coming out. Save the stress of cleanup (editing) and polishing of your writing for later.
For now, let's think about your ideas and where they may live on the paper. When your paper is hungry for words, think hamburger!
Start with the top bun! if it helps, draw a picture of the top bun or download our free THINK Hamburger template. Then note down the main point you are trying to make (e.g., sell my products, invite customers, etc.). Then, write one sentence that introduces that idea (e.g., we're having a sale).
Then think about what's in the middle of your burger. The meat represents the most important supporting statement for your point (e.g., Prices slashed!). Other burger layers, like lettuce, include supporting details or facts like a timeline, list of examples/products, etc.
Finish with the bottom bun. This is where you sum up your writing with a very convincing finish and maybe include a call to action. (e.g., hurry, this sale is the biggest yet and won't last. So, don't wait).
Need a clearer picture of how this works? Download WriteHelp4You's free THINK Hamburger template!