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Do you want to know how I started on my eBook after, dragging my heels over it for a few months?
I woke up one morning, opened a new MS Word file and just started banging away my ideas on the keyboard. That’s what you need to do. Just start.
Don’t lose sleep over, meaningless questions:

  • What shall I write about?
  • What am I trying to say?
  • What words will express it?
  • What image or idiom would do justice to my ideas?
  • Who is my target audience?

Don’t be bogged down by those weighty questions.
Just zero in on a topic and begin to write. Most people aren’t born writers, and that’s why so many business owners never think they could be a published author. The truth is, if you’ve picked the right topic you’ve already got the content in your head – all you need is to get it on paper.
Good writing takes years of practice. It doesn’t happen overnight. It also takes years of practice. Make a commitment to yourself that you would write at least one page every day. Jot down tips and ideas that first strike you; that sort of jump out at you. You must figure out how to keep your writing engaging. Often anecdotes, testimonials, little stories, photos, graphs, advice, and tips will keep you going and watering your creativity.
Another important step to assist your writing process is to figure out who your target audience is going to be. It’s important to tailor your ideas, language, style, tone, diction, and even length to this target group of readers.
Consistent practice will help you develop your writing “muscle.” Just as you need daily exercise to keep your physical health in top gear, you need to jog your grey cells to prevent them from decay. With persistence will come confidence and with confidence, competence.
Just ensure that as you progress towards your writing goal, you have made.

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