The Changes Every Writer Needs To Make

The success you seek lies behind bars only you can unlock.

A. Hamzeh

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Many writers want to be heard; many writers want to be appreciated; many writers want to be rewarded. Once achieved, you know you’ve reached success.

You won’t relate if you’re a writer that only writes only for himself or as a hobby. However, if you’re a writer who aims to make a living out of his craft, then you’re probably the writer I just talked about.

There’s nothing wrong with wanting to make money and be famous. You’re not shallow if you seek reward for your efforts; you’re fair. And to get rewarded for your efforts, you need to give readers something to reward you for. For them to give you reads, claps, and engagement, you need to provide them with excellent quality, straight-to-the-point, helpful pieces of work.

There are many ways you can grow and expand your expertise as a writer, but the scarcity of professional advice is holding many of us back. What do I mean by professional advice? I’m talking about everything except those spiritual “knock-your-socks-off” overused hippie BS. I hate it when someone throws a “just have fun” bomb at me; this won’t help me grow as a writer. This type of advice is okay for those who journal or write for themselves; not for writers who want to make a living (it is important, but it’s a needle in a stack of hay.)

The reasons you’re not reaching your desired results lie within the things you do and don’t do. Either you’re doing something wrong, or there’s something completely missing. What’s going for you, however, is that everything can be changed. You just have to decide.

The things you do

There is always something to improve. Your writing skills could be better, the timing could be better, and your routine could be better. If you’re putting a lot of effort into your writing but haven’t experienced noticeable progress, then you must be doing something wrong.

When and where you write

Experts proved the best time to write is in the morning; in the first few hours after waking up. During that time, you have the most amount of willpower boiling within you you could spill onto your keyboard…

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A. Hamzeh

Experienced Copywriter | Content Creator | Health and Wellness Supporter.