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The simple dream of most writers is being able to write more. And it’s not only writing more, it’s writing effortlessly. But it's not just authors or professional writers who dream of this. These days, a lot of marketing roles will require you to dust of your writing skills at one point or another. And there’s nothing worse than simply not being able to write -- especially when the pressure of a deadline is looming over your head. Yes, we’ve all been there. That's why this past January I decided that I was done with crawling over the finish line with my work in hand. I was done with the pressure. I knew there was a better way to write. So I set out to find some answers. Here's what I learned in the process ...

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    Kayleigh Vanandelmdy

    about 4 years ago #

    Thanks, very helpful.

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    Gennie Mcinnis

    about 4 years ago #

    Copywriting is difficult when you have deadlines. The same topics of writing isn't a matter of joke, if you want to imbibe your copy to the readers.

    Above the 7 points, I like the experiment with journaling point with your experience of personal problems and work problems that you have worried (Most of us have the same).

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    Shane Barker

    about 4 years ago #

    Awesome Stuff :)