Monday, July 30, 2012

Writer's Block Obliteration Tip #23: Syllables

If you're struggling to find the right words for what you want to say, stop stressing about the exact wording; set your internal editor aside.  Instead, write using only one-syllable words.  Listen to the new rhythm it gives the story or article, which will become much easier to write as you let your unconscious guide you into the pattern.  Continue to write with one-syllable words until you are finding the words again, even if that means letting some multiple-syllable words slip in there. Do you have an employee newsletter for health and workplace wellness? Remember----in the past you had a newsletter but no one could keep up with it? Almost every subscriber to FrontLine Employee has had this experience. It is the #1 reason motivating our new subscribers. We're the cure. Go to

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