10 Days to Becoming A Great Writer – Day 3

April 28, 2007  |  Language Tips

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Do you know what most great writers have in common? The first thing that come to mind is that they all seem to have a large amount of writing resources. For instance, your brain is one of the most powerful resources you posses. But the problem is that the brain often needs a little push in order to generate the wonders you need. This is what you should do to help the brain:

1. Be apart of a particular writing niche

It doesn’t matter if it’s writing poetry, leaflets or sales letters. They all have one thing in comment: A living community! Resources are vital for success in your area, if other people already have taken the route, why not study their results before you join in?

2. Do you have the supplies?

You should always have the stuff you need on supply without having the need to stress in the future. For example, people tend to lack the supply of computer ink. I don’t know why, but for some reason they do. Price is no longer an issue considering the internet revolution.

3. Let Writing be A part of Your life!

Obviously it shouldn’t take over your whole life but it should be noted that you are indeed a writer by the way are. For instance, writers always carry pen and paper with where ever they go. Do you do the same thing? It is pretty logical, I mean a businessman always has his business card, hence a writer should always be equipped with a pen.

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ABDERISAK ADAM is an author, blog writer and a PhD candidate in the institution of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology. He is also the owner and webmaster of www.study-habits.com, a website dedicated to the discussion of study techniques in the context of higher education. Adam is the author of a number of publications including 'The Study Guide PRO'. You can connect with him through Google+, Linkedin or by submitting a form.


  1. mohammad mubeen

    Good article

  2. mohammad mubeen

    good article.

  3. WriterRevolution

    Great Article. It has helped me.

  4. Great article… hold on… where did you get all the time to write this? And how do you know everything ,I mean, the study tips.

  5. I don’t know everything, I’ve been involved with education I guess for quite some time and you pick up a thing or two every now and then. If you have something to add, I would be more than interested to read that and possible add it to the site. 😀

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