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Powerful Tips For Writing Much Faster

Published On: 04/28/2018

Would you like to be able to write faster in order to take notes? Maybe you have a job to do as soon as possible? Anyway, learning to write faster is not difficult. You can learn shorthand for your note taking or learn how to organize your schedule so you can write calmly. Here are powerful tips for writing much faster.

Find your best writing time

This point is crucial. Do not be fooled; all hours are uneven. You must know when you are the most productive. For me, it's the evening, when everyone is in bed, and the house plunges into silence. For you, it could be morning, noon or evening. You probably already have an idea of ​​your best hours of work. Of course, nothing is simple, because life takes care of catching us and taking all our time. But if you want to write, you will have to make a regular work schedule. If you struggle to break free in the week or fail to move certain obligations, you can still use your best hours on the weekends.

Now, if you are unsure of your favorite writing time, try different times and see which one will make you more productive!

Do your research as soon as possible

This is even more important if you have a deadline to meet. Indeed, your pages will remain desperately white if you have not conducted any research before the time of writing. Once you get rid of the research, the writing work will be very simple.

Limit distractions

Your pages will not fill up quickly if you are constantly interrupted or distracted by the people around you. You know what suits you best. If you work better in the middle of a group of people, go to a café or library. If you prefer a musical atmosphere, choose something that inspires you, or that will not distract you (free music is usually the most appropriate).

Train yourself

Nothing like practice! Write everything that goes through your head, everywhere, all the time. Write in prose and verse, in conventional writing and shorthand, in "note-taking" and "official document" mode. Practice is one of the only ways to improve both your conventional writing speed and your stenographic writing speed.

Learn the boustrophedon

The boustrophedon consists of writing from left to right on the first line, then from right to left on the second line and so on until the end of the text. By learning to read and write effectively in boustrophedon, you will eliminate the time lost in bringing your hand to the end of the next line. For long texts, this represents a significant delay.

Write a plan

Think about what you want to write and what you are trying to convey. This plan may very well be vague and imprecise, as long as it helps you build your work before you start. Keep in mind that you are still at the draft stage and that the plan as the draft can still be changed.

Set a timer

While this can be incredibly irritating and stressful, this solution can still push you to finish your job quickly. You probably have an idea of ​​how much time you will put in writing an article, an essay or a chapter without being disturbed. It is not even necessary to have a real timer. If you have just started cooking a cookie dish, it can act as a timer. In this way, after all these efforts, you will be able to grant yourself a little well-deserved comfort.

Find a writing partner

Give preference to people who also have something to write. For example, you could choose someone who also participates in New Month or one of your classmates who has to do the same job as you. You will have the impression of being accountable to this person about the speed at which you work, and this emulation will certainly motivate you. Be careful not to choose a partner who will not stop distracting you. Opt for someone who wants to finish this job as much as you.