Writing well is difficult, isn’t it?
Sure, you can string a few sentences together to communicate your thoughts.
You know how to correct there’s and theirs, then and than, and you’reand your.
But to write persuasive copy? To create content that goes viral? To engage and enchant?
It can feel like an insurmountable task.
But it doesn’t need to be that hard.
To improve your writing skills, start with mastering different mini-skills
A chef needs to learn chopping, sautéing, roasting, and grilling. She needs to understand what makes a meal nutritious and how to select dishes that taste well together. She needs to practice separating eggs, making roti, and cutting a perfect carrot flower.
Cooking mini-skills are pretty clear.
But writing mini-skills seem fuzzier.
Disentangling writing skills isn’t as hard as you think. You can practice them one by one—just like you can practice kneading, mixing, and grinding.
Shall I explain?