3 Quick Ways to Improve Your Writing

Want to improve your writing as quickly as possible? Here are the 3 best ways I know to do it.

  1. Write every day. Writing is like any skill – it improves only with practice. The more you write, the better your chances of improvement.
  2. Re-write. Put your writing away for a day or two and come back to it. You'll find ways to improve it. I know, it doesn't sound sexy – but it's still true.
  3. Read every day. Good writers are readers first and foremost. Reading well-written material is instructive in itself, and more so if you're reading not only for content but also for the purpose of observing the craftsmanship. If you say you don't have time to read – you're kidding yourself about wanting to be a better writer.

Do you have quick ways to improve your writing? Share them below.

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  • My best advice would be this: Write like you talk. So many people can express themselves very well verbally, but freeze up when putting the same ideas into writing. Explain the idea first by talking about it, then write what you said. That helps for me.