There are two things that I found made a real difference in my writing.
- joining a community, and
- gathering tools to streamline my writing.
Once you get started writing online, you begin to find your rhythm. You have a niche and several topics that interest you, and you’ve been exploring them from all angles.
Maybe you belong to a writing group.
Or you’ve created a blog where you post regularly. You’re gaining traction, but your niche is limiting you.
The thing is, you’re running out of ideas.
You have an area of expertise, and you’ve written pretty much everything there is to know about it.
Readers say they enjoy your point of view, but it feels a bit flat. Something is out of place.
Deciding to make a change is the first step.
“It’s not what you do, it’s how you do it.” Cheri Huber, Suffering is Optional: Three Keys to Freedom and Joy.
Are you looking for a way to spark inspiration?
Maybe it’s time to learn a new technique.
When I really understand a topic, I get into a flow state. I love the way it feels when ideas just come to me.
I discovered a great way to ramp up your writing by creating multiple articles about the same subject.
I call it the Multiplier Effect.
It’s a cool way to generate fresh content from a topic you know and understand.