How to Write with Power and Authority, Even if You Feel Like a Nobody

In this overcrowded online world, do you ever wonder why people would listen to your advice?
I used to feel the same way.
I didn’t understand why people would read my writing tips when the web is awash with writing advice from people more experienced, more knowledgeable, and more authoritative than me.
Why would anyone listen to me?
I’ve learned that mindset was flawed.
When I learned how to write well, a new world opened up. I connected with people across the world. I built a thriving blog. People started listening to my advice — and more importantly, they acted on it.
Can you make an impact with your words?
As writers, our toolbox may seem limited. We can’t shout. We can’t use body language. We can’t even bang on a table to add weight to a message.
We only have our words to communicate with passion and power.
But written words are enormously powerful. You know that. When was the last time words made you smile? Or cry? Or inspire you to take action?
Once you learn how to write with power, readers start listening to your ideas, acting on your advice, and buying your products and services. You can inspire change — even if you feel you don’t have the required clout or authority right now.
Want to learn how?
Step #1: Write with clarity and substance
Weak writing rambles, rattles, and prattles.
Powerful writing, in contrast, is simple and to the point.
Many writers misunderstand this …
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