Ten Tested Tactics for Clearer Writing

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Have you ever sat in front of your computer, staring at the blank screen, and wondering what to write? We all have! So what can you do to avoid those awful blank-screen-staring-moments – and why is it they always seem to come up when you’re working against a deadline? How can you get started quickly?

Strangely enough, you can get off to a faster, easier start by taking a just a little more time up front to save a whole lot of time writing the whole piece. Begin tactically.

What is a tactic? A strategy. A good strategy is the essential part we so often leave out before we begin to write. And a clear strategy is the part that lets you start quickly and easily; continue step-by-step; finish with a piece that does the job it was meant to do; and get the results you need.

Here are the ten steps that will get you off to a quick, easy start:

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