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The Best 3 Techniques to Rewrite Your First Draft

For many writers, the bridge from a first draft to rewriting a short story or novel is long, shaky, and leads to an uncertain destination. Rather than despair, use these 3 techniques (and watch the video below!) to rewrite your first draft, and you will be able to successfully prepare it for publication!

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The Art of Not Thinking: How to Write Your First Draft

Don’t think when you write your first draft? That’s counter to everything you know to be true about being a business owner! The art of not thinking may be a counter-intuitive approach to writing your first draft, but it’s the best way to get the first draft down. Read on to learn about how to write your first draft to ultimately yield the best material in the book you create for your business.

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Part 5: Lay the Words, Make a Pattern, Get the First Draft Done

Here we have our next instalment of the blog series for entrepreneurs and small business owners: How To Write a Business Book. In Part 5, your head is down, your fingers are flying, and you’re deep in the writing. This is the vital first step toward taking your dream of having book to support and further your business and turning it into a reality.

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