Double your writing speed by using common sense and circular logic
You have six hours before that story you’ve been avoiding is due. You drag out your notes, push your computer’s start key, and decide to tidy your desk drawer while the machine boots up. When you get back to the keyboard, you realize you have four hours to deadline.
You poke at your notes; write a sentence; erase it; try again. You stare into space awhile and then idly wonder about a long-lost high school friend, and decide to Google. Oops. Only two hours to go …
Does this describe the way you write? If so, you’re in excellent company. Many corporate writers struggle with writing quickly. In fact, so do many professionals. Even the prolific and wickedly funny Dorothy Parker said while she loved “having written,’ she loathed writing. But it doesn’t have to be that way! In fact, it’s not hard to double your writing speed and at least improve your writer’s satisfaction.
Here are 10 easy-to-implement steps to help you do it.