Thanks so much for the mention — I really do appreciated it.
As I read your piece, I started thinking about my handwriting too. And, I am ambidextrous so writing with both and knowing a few different alphabets gets a little scary!
Hi Dr. Q, thanks for sharing your opinion. Yes, perhaps one does write from experience and daily life. Gary Vee always talked about documenting rather than creating — some others have discussed that too.
Nonetheless, I believe that those experiences need to “talk" to the desired audience otherwise there is no connection or…
There are definitely benefits to writing every day. That’s clear, but also reading every day too. I didn’t think about it but reading other people’s work helps to improve my own writing.
I found that journalling on a daily basis can also help to encourage writing every day and let the words flow freely.
I definitely agree that your personal experience contributes to finding your voice. I didn’t think about the influence that reading has on finding your voice. But, after thinking about what you’ve written here, it totally makes sense. Reading is something that I should do on a more regular basis. Well, I’ve read news articles, but I don’t think that…
Thanks! It wasn’t easy and really took me a long time. I was always questioning myself on everything I wrote. I told myself that I wouldn’t write again.
Anyway, it took a personal event and getting over it to start again. At first, I was writing for myself then starting to write articles.
In the end, it comes down to you being determined to achieve your goal!