Writing is a legitimate way of expressing ones’ feeling and the only limitation is the writer’s imagination. As the saying goes, “Pen is mightier than the sword”, a person can be far more conspicuous with a pen and a paper rather than uttering some mouth babbling words and the impression they leave are more imperishable. While many take up writing simply as a way of manifestation or to cope up with their emotional outburst, there are quite a few who write for a professional prospect and among those, only a handful is able to achieve some real trademark. Well, there is no rule book or a bible from where one can read instructions and become a successful writer but there are some course of actions, eager scribblers can adapt to become triumphant.
A person is not born with the ideal stock of vocabularies or with the ability to put up words in the perfect manner. Just as toddlers, we start by practicing the alphabets, a writer has to be eager to affirm a reading habit. A writer must read not only to increase his/her stock of words but also to learn and adapt sharper and more thrilling ways to construct better sentences not only by mere rules of grammar but also with such a touch of inspiration to motivate the readers.
Never limit yourself
As a writer, one must not limit themselves to stick to only a particular subject or a category but has to widen their gaze and consider every aspect and take up every particular and dwell upon it. A writer who limits his/her thought process will not be able to improve her skills and go beyond the conventional expressions.
Learn As You Go On
Being a good writer not only means having the ability to put up words gracefully but also to fill her article with more facts and knowledgeable information. A writer must nourish a keen interest in doing some hard and fast research work and keep in mind that no facts in their synopsis are erratic or faulty.
Work As a Team
The impression of working alone in a dark room under a small table lamp has become obsolete. A writer must be keen to work in a group, express their thoughts and ideas, keep aside their ego and learn from his/her mistakes that other point out.
Always be on time
A writer should not only be able to deliver quality work to his/her employer but also must be prompt in delivering in the said deadline. A good writer should be able to deliver his/her best performance in the given timeframe and must never jeopardize performance for time or vice-versa.
Never be a Nerd
For a writer, it is important to give their mind some peacetime as writing is a constant mental work and requires every bit of undivided attention. So one must not write for a long stretch and follow the normal life routine.
Always Believe in Yourself
A writer must have the inner strength and faith and never lose hope if they make a mistake. A writer must have the courage to cope up.