Living a high-speed life means planning every second of your day.
As a writer how much time can you spend on copy? According to my mentor, David Newman, twenty minutes is the new normal. Start with leverage. Leverage the power of three.
Science tells us the mind holds three points of information at a time. Chunk your writing accordingly.
A side benefit of the 20 Minute Rule is shorter, precision focused copy. Your sentences are concise. You will find you get more done in a shorter time frame.
Remember the formula is simple. You write. Read aloud. Edit. Save and post. It will seem to you as if you are leaving something out of the copy. You are not. Adding order and precision to your work is a plus. You do not have all day to write. Your audience does not have all day to read your copy. Your copy at most will be three hundred words. This is more than enough to convey a core concept. Your reader wants to know the essentials. All you really need to help your readers is to write, save, post, done.
Ellen J Harris leads the Business-Accelerated Company which specializes in Leadership, Intellectual Capital, Intellectual Revenue Assets, Intellectual Property. Ellen appears on Blog Talk Radio, Scott Golden's Power of Perception and Hugh Liddel's Sales Talk Radio. Listen in as she shares insider tips on business growth.