Write Now! Persuasive Writing Prompts:
Where Do You Generate Your Best Ideas?
Practice your copywriting skills with this prompt from The Professional Writers’ Alliance (PWA).
This Write Now! tip, will help you identify your most effective writing time and why that’s important.
In this video, Casey Demchak, B2B copywriter and coach, encourages you to pay attention to your writing habit and focus on when you do your best work. (Or read the transcript below.)
Joseph Heller, author of the classic book, Catch-22, once said this, "I think of writing as a private enterprise … since so much comes from rumination … I have to be alone. A bus is good. Or walking the dog. Brushing my teeth is marvelous – it was especially so for Catch-22."
He went on to say, “Often when I am very tired, just before going to bed, while washing my face and brushing my teeth, my mind gets very clear … and produces a line for the next day's work, or some idea way ahead. I don't get my best ideas while actually writing."
The truth is, many writers get their best ideas when they’re doing something other than writing. How about you?
Write a few paragraphs about when YOU generate your best ideas. In the shower? In the garden? While you’re running? Make this the week during which you get really clear and confident about how YOU create your strongest ideas.
This will empower you to be confident and certain about who YOU are as a writer.
Now, get out there and make it happen.
Write Now! persuasive writing prompts are presented by the Professional Writers’ Alliance (PWA) — a professional association just for direct-response industry writers. Learn about the many benefits of a PWA membership.
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