Writing is a Labor of Love
Do you love writing? Are you passionate about putting words to paper? Can you write without complaining about writing?
Not everyone loves writing. And truthfully, some people who do are not particularly skilled at it, while others may even grumble about having to write anything at all.
Like all other art forms, writing requires practice to perfect. It takes effort to improve, and even with great effort over time there will always be an opportunity to improve.
Some people prefer not to write because they feel inadequate and are self-conscious about others’ judgment. After all, writing can be revealing, for it does seem to convey a person’s intelligence and interests as well as their personal beliefs.
There is also an aura around writing, that it takes time and demands special concentration. This is not inaccurate: the very best writers dedicate their time and attention to words, and they know words are subject to constant review or revision.
Not everyone has time and talent to spare on writing. So why bother?
I have a confession: I love to write, and I’m darn good at it. For me, writing is a labor of love. I understand that in order to produce strong content, my message must be clear and words must be concise. I understand that to create meaning, my words must be composed, self-edited, and targeted for the right audience.
If you hate to write and feel like you’re not good enough, I suggest you work with a writing resource like Wordsworkcopywriting to help you with your content. Not only can we save you time and energy, we’re capable of harnessing your message and producing your content. Consider how your business could benefit if you free yourself of the writing burden and instead devote yourself to the mission-critical aspects of the operation.
If you believe you’re in need of more content, I’d be happy to discuss how WordsWork Copywriting can help. Write me an email; and if writing isn’t your thing, give a call anytime.