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How To Keep Your Writing Ideas Fresh

How do articles catch the reader's attention? How do writers present interesting stories and facts? Do the ideas present something of light? Are they startling? Are they challenging?

Below are parameters how articles should be written.

Ideas can be presented in many ways. Find a new angle how to tell the story. Keen observation and common sense are needed to make the ideas look larger than just ideas, so they become guidelines to improve life and stuff.

Great ideas come from some special attention to those close at hand. Try to present everyday matters in a fresh angle like relating it to present trends, present news, society, fashion, and food among others. See the problems around, give some pointers or tips how to help and make things better. Also, check on jobs, activities, business, home matters, events, or significant contemporary issues.

Then start boldly without any unnecessary preliminaries. Show the reader that there's a purpose in the story or article.

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How To Be A Success: Five Things You Should Not Do

To succeed or not to succeed? That is the question.

Here are "Five Do Not's" to Achieve Success:

1. Don't be late.

Due dates are important. Delivering something honestly through word of mouth or by a meeting of the minds between parties is a must. Deadline dates must be met. Schedules whether personal or business require promptness. Project requirements must be fulfilled on time. Being late is a very bad habit.

For example: Students who fail to submit requirements fail subjects (even if they are bright students). Writers who fail to submit to editors on due dates couldn't be trusted by the editors and/or publication. In business or projects, if your don't fulfill or deliver on time, there are charges that is equivalent to delay, unless emergencies.

2. Don't cheat.

Honesty is the best policy. A cheater could be equivalent to a murderer. An offense whether big or small is an offense. Achieve to be honest. There is no "karma" in honesty. There is …