How love affects successful writing, beautiful expression that works.

How can you wield confidence when there is no love? Without a romance between you and your ideas, you will only perceive them superficially. Ideas that still scratch the surface may defeat your goals.

3 Questions you should ask while writing a proposal, article, dissertation, or story:

1. Do I love this subject? Is this issue an object of my affection? Do I feel deeply for this matter?

2. How much do I care? You can’t make people care if you don’t. Remember content helps readers to answer the question “why should I care?”

3. How best can I express this care? This is where you wield the confidence in your story.

I recently did a sales copy for a client. The product serves to protect the underside of exotic cars. After about 3 hours of reading about Porsche cars and the new Tesla S, I discovered the pain that car enthusiasts had. This pain draws from the love he has for his automobile.

At first, I didn’t know why they should care for a scratch protector. While reading some of the internet posts, I realized that there is a large number of car owners who care for car paints. They would literally lose sleep if they saw a scratch on their paint job.

This was how I discovered the feeling of love, the affection they have for their cars. I had to learn this deep romance even though I could care less for car scratches. I had to see through their eyes.

How love becomes an Indicator for Effective Story Delivery

This is the main job you have to do when telling a story. Identifying your reader’s pain! Understanding why they should care for your story.
This is a lesson on love. Writing is not just about scribbling ideas. It’s a deep connection to emotions, people’s reality, and lives.

With practice, we develop an ability to see better through other people’s eyes. Writing through the eyes of a lover becomes second nature. Helping people to express their deepest thoughts is what makes writing powerful. This power is enough to cause them to take action.

putting yourself out there. expression.

Susan Cain in a blog post I really like says

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