Welcome to the Ultimate Writing Template - the fastest way to organize your thoughts into a winning article, blog post - even keynote speech.
If you have ever struggled to finish writing a blog post or to find the perfect 'flow', this will help.
MAYBE THIS IS YOU?
You sit down to write your blog post, ebook or speech and it’s a struggle.
It should be easy right? After all, you know your stuff. But, when you try to organize your thoughts into sentences there’s no logical flow.
You know what you need to say, but after hours of frustration, cups of coffee and edits you’re not happy with the results. Your content is good and you know your audience will value what you have to say. The problem is getting it all into order so your readers will keep reading or your live audience will lean in.
YOU NEED A TEMPLATE
When you use the Ultimate Writing Template you can quickly move from draft ideas, scribbled notes and researched data into an organized, logical outline. This means you can finish your first draft faster and will spend much less time rewriting.
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HERE'S WHY IT WORKS
The goal of your blog or your next speech is to move readers or your audience to action. It could be you want them to visit another page on your site or to make a decision in their life or their business. Whatever the call-to-action is, you need to hold their attention. Whether it's on your website and you are competing with online distractions or you want to keep your audience leaning in - you have to hold their attention.
“You can always edit a bad page. You can’t edit a blank page.” Jodi Picoult
The Ultimate Writing Template is based on 20 years of research into the psychology of human behavior. That is why every article or speech should open with a problem—the problem you know you your audience has and wants to solve.
The problem might be a lack of time or a troubled relationship at work or failing to lose weight. Whatever the problem is you need to make it personal and exaggerated. The more 'painful' the problem is (or consequences of not fixing the problem) the more motivated people are to solve it.
Once you open with the problem you need to share why you have a connection to this problem. We want to learn from people who have experience (not just researchers) with the problem. This is sometimes referred to as "then-now-how" - what was your life like "then", what is your life like "now", and "how" did you make the change.
Next, it's time to make a promise: how will you help with this problem? Your promise could be as simple as "It is possible to create new and better habits. In this article, I will explain a simple 3-step process that will make creating new habits easy."
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About the author
Hugh Culver, MBA, CSP co-created the world’s most expensive tours (to the South Pole), has presented to over 1,200 audiences as a professional speaker, is the CEO of BlogWorks and author of Give Me a Break – the art of making time work for you. His blog at hughculver.com reaches 500,000 readers a year.