The biggest challenges writers face aren’t with the product, but the process. Creating a piece of writing is not a linear affair. There are no numbered and illustrated directions that will work for all writers or all writing. But there are some universal issues we all encounter in the process, and there are ways to overcome these hurdles.
While writing will never be easy, we can make it easier on ourselves. By creating positive associations around the writing process, you can make it less stressful even in the face of impending deadlines. By separating the phases of the process, you can eliminate a lot of wasted time and be more productive. That productivity will improve your confidence, leading to more positive associations, and so on.
It all starts with – getting started. The articles below will help you do that and more.
The 5 Step Writing Process: The Key to Confident Writing.
Prewriting: How and Why?
How to Start Writing: Easy Ways to Start Any Writing Project.
Use Freewriting to Jump Start the Writing Process
Writing a Good Thesis
Outlining an Essay the Quick and Easy Way
Writing a Rough Draft: Make It Fast, Make It Easy