How to Develop Writing Skills?
It has been observed and seriously noticed that even the students of college and universities are remained oblivious towards improving their academic writings. This attitude of non-seriousness ultimately requires to be changed into a seriousness, so the tangible improvements can be achieved.
Mostly students have a fear of writing; even professionals are scared to write. And this notion of fear at most of the occasion falters them to express their thoughts into writing. It is a natural law; when we start writing our thoughts and ideas are channelized and rationalized. Countless writers have written magnum opus books and the only secret to do so depends on the continuous writing. As the great British historian Arnold Toynbee says, since my childhood I have been writing something new every day.
Generally, our own piece of writing seems perfectly correct at the very first instant, but this turned to be a misperception at many occasions. The improvement and perfection may become vivid once we continuously work on writing think pieces. This further includes and advised to consult a mentor for the refinement of your writing.
Powerful vocabulary is the weapon of a writer. In writing, enriched vocabulary plays the role of equipment and instrument, and you need to fit the word like a jigsaw puzzle to make the sentence meaningful.
Avoid the use of a meaningless jumble of jargon, which leads a reader to clueless and frustration.
Sometimes writing runs into disaster and the writer suffers from disappointments. In such scenarios, don’t stop writing because, you have just started this journey of writing and putting pen to paper, ideas will be revealing and manifesting as this practice continued. Good writing is linked with your deep down study, mental maturity, conceptual clarity and persistence in ones’ positive attitude.
Weak grammar will damage your image.
The study of powerful books and magazines will give you multi-dimensional benefits.
Without conceptual clarity and determination of direction, you won’t be able to articulate your paper.