Writing Problems Are Idea Problems In Disguise

When your idea isn’t clear, you know what you do?

Cover it up with blabber. Adjectives. Flowery words that try to compensate for the fact that you don’t actually know what you’re talking about (yetttt).

But good ideas stand on their own.

If you’re having trouble writing about it, your writing may not be the problem.

Go back to the idea, and start there. Because if you can't say it in one sentence, you'll never be able to say it in fifty.

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