In this episode I help Liz from alifeonyourterms.com increase her article writing speed by 300%.
People often wonder how I can get so much done in so little time.
And in this podcast episode, I reveal my “secrets.”
But the truth is that they are not really secrets. They are simple, highly effective tips applied in the correct way.
I’ve written thousands of articles and millions of words. And the techniques and tips I share here have survived the test of time.
If you’re ready to take your writing to the next level, make sure you listen to this right away.
Here are a few key points:
- How to write without agonizing over the structure and wording
- The simple secret to writing faster
- Why your writing becomes unfocused (and what to do about it)
- The step-by-step process for writing life-changing articles
- A simple way to leverage questions to blast open your writing floodgates
- How to gather ideas and determine what articles to write
- Why you don’t have to be a writer to make a difference
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Justin Harmon says
Good interview Liz! I never thought about outlining my posts, which now makes complete obvious sense. I mean, I do it with my books, and longer pieces–why wouldn’t I do it with my posts? Duh, lol.
I think it will really help speed up things. I take days on a single post sometimes and it drives me crazy. This should help. Sometimes it just takes simple tip of advice.
Thanks Henri & Liz 🙂
Yes. Simple tips are the most powerful. At least that’s what I’ve found. I’ve been writing for years and trying different things, and the tips I share in this episode are what have been proven to work for me.
And they seemed to have worked for Liz as well 😉
They continue to work for me! It’s really insane how a simple technique can change everything. And you’ll shrug it off as too simplistic at first, but wait until it catches up to you. It’s epic.
Also, I recommend green tea.
Stuart Young says
Good and valuable info there Liz & Henri. Such good advice to use the structure you talk about before starting any article or blog post. It really helps focus the mind and it becomes a clear journey for the reader. Certainly your advice at the end is true – ask the questions and the answers will come forward. Our brains are actually wired that way. That’s why we’re the greatest problem solving species on the planet. Enjoyed. Thanks. Stu 🙂
Right you are, sir! Thanks for sharing. Always appreciate hearing your thoughts.
Henri is indeed wise beyond his years.
Patrik Edblad says
Just wanted to say thank you for a great episode Henri & Liz!
I’m taking away a lot of good stuff from this one. 🙂
Glad to hear that, Patrik!
Hey Patrik! You’re everywhere aren’t you? I’m still working on your request. Don’t despair!
Brodie Norris says
Hey Henri and Liz,
Thanks so much for this!
As you know, I’m pretty new to this whole thing, so it’s excellent to get your tips.
I’m also with you on the green tea!
Wow, what an interview!
My problem is procrastinating.
I think, I can get the headlines right, but for the content, it take me ages to do one, maybe am not motivated yet.