“A Professional Writer is an Amateur Who Didn’t Quit” – Richard Bach Starting off the list of writing tips for non-writers with the quote to boost your morale and eliminating the negatives that were blocking you from writing your content piece. The first tip in the list is the same. 1. Start with a Quote or a Question As per the A-I-D-A Marketing Model i.e. Attention – Interest – Desire – Action, the top slot goes to the Attention. Studies have shown that in a writing piece regardless of the topic, a quote or provocative question grabs more attention of the reader than a simpleRead More →

Read first part of this write-up here Level 6 Blind Spot Excitement ends, failure in the adaptation process destroys a part of your inner strength, nothing motivates you, not even the novelty now. The light at the end of the tunnel diminishes. As a diver or digger, the sunlight goes out of your reach and you head towards the blind spot i.e. downwards, which is the only way forwards now. You had a goal at the starting (which is still there), but now you are headed to the blind spot. You don’t know what’s going to hit you in the face. Level 7 Pressure Increases,Read More →

If you haven’t done anything that seemed impossible at first glance, then read below to know how it feels. But, if you are a successful doer, then you will find the below scenario correlated. Did anybody ever say the followings to you?“This task cannot be done.”“It is next to impossible.”“It is as impossible as getting water from the desert and sand from the sea.” Water from the desert and sand from the sea…? The journey is chopped into 9 levels. Each level has its own difficulty and excitement stages. Let’s start the digging the sand and diving in the ocean at the same time. CompareRead More →

I love sentences written in dramatic way more than the sentences stuffed with complex words. You, on the other hand, may have a different take on it. Employment of composite synonyms in place of straightforward words sometimes turns the middling reader off. It leaves the writer’s image as a pretentious intellectual in the reader’s mind. And Use of simple and regular words puts the erudite reader off. Straightforward and plain formation bores them. They enjoy the write-ups stuffed with complex words as their vocabulary develops this way and they learn new words. Giving predilection to difficult nomenclature in your publication polishes it too. It endowsRead More →

Average Jane: What do you see Joe?  Average Joe: A tree Average Jane: What do you see Joe? Poet Joe: An old natural pillar Whom leaves are serving as the void filler To cover the gap and provide dense shade Whose fate hasn’t yet decided by a blade Average Jane: Sorry, what? The Average Joe and the Poet Joe saw the same tree, but the talent of perceiving things differently separates the Poet Joe from the Average Joe. Now, some become a writer/poet after getting a professional qualification in literature and some are just God gifted amateurs (like me), who no matter what career pathRead More →