Do you want to elevate your writing, but you don’t know where to start?
Do you wish you had a strategy to add to your toolbox AND improve the quality of your writing?
I used to teach my high school students this lesson, and it lifted the quality of the writing they produced.
The job of a writer is to be considerate of the reader. It is important to think about your reader because they will either engage or be frustrated by the content you produce.
One way to be considerate of your reader is to simplify the message you are communicating. That sounds involved, right? What if I told you it was as easy as removing three small words from your writing?
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