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Waiting on Perfect

done-better-perfect-smYou know the hang up, perhaps you’ve even been stuck by it; you’re trying to write content and most of the time you’re coming up with some pretty good ideas. In fact, you get on a roll.


But, your roll stalls out before you’re ready to call your article or blog post or other content like your web copy done. So you set what you’re working on aside and write on something else.


And then you get stuck there, too.


In fact, you could even start yet another writing project and still can’t find your end.


What do you suppose is going on here? Perhaps you’re apprehensive about putting a done on your writing because you’re waiting on perfect.


What happens, though, is that you fail to get anywhere. If you don’t finish your article or blog post (or if you don’t even start it), you’re just waiting for something that might never come.


So make up your mind that you can write, that what you have to say will be valuable to someone (even if it’s one someone) and get that writing up and live so it can be read.


In doing so, you’ll find that the more you write and the more you take a chance that what you’re sharing is important, the easier it will be for you to write the next time.


In addition, you may be surprised at your end result. For instance, read back over some of the articles, blog posts or other content you’ve written one, two and even more years ago. For the most part, I’m betting you’ll be surprised at how good they are.


And if you find a clunker or two, just update their content or use them as a learning tool in your writing portfolio for what not to do next time when crafting your content.


For even more ideas on writing content, take a look at “Quick and Easy Writing Tips … by Douglas Robert.


Photo source: Flickr: Thomas Hawk


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