Well the difference between good writers and bad writers is obvious and arises due to skills.
It has to do with perseverance so the one who keeps putting value to their work keep going on while bad writers quit.
What good writers do
Its must for the good writer to practice and that’s what they do. They put quality work into real and start doing this include producing material, crafting and editing and at last they get the most suitable content they needed.
Good writers face criticism in feedback and they say “Thank You” to the people for their helpful assistance. Good writers put their 100% and work day by day, they make writing their hobby and you know you can’t leave your hobby easily.
Good writers aren’t perfectionists, but they’ve learned the discipline of producing real material, of putting their work out there for the world to see. In fact good writers keep to standards and practices that make their writing valuable to the audience.
What bad writers do
Now you may have got the idea what bad writers don’t do and what actually they do.
In short, bad writers don’t understand the ideology of producing real work, which is precisely what makes them bad writers. They don’t care to produce good material and they presume their writing has achieved a certain level of excellence, so they are often closed off to editing or rewriting. They can seem haughty, prideful, and arrogant.But really, it’s laziness and fear.
Why don’t they edit? Why don’t they write ahead? Why do they give into the myth of the overnight genius?
Because they’re afraid of putting the work in and failing. As a result, their work is scattered and disconnected, not nearly as good as they think.
How to be different
- The point arises how to make a difference between the two types of writers ?
Not all but a big number of decent writers think they’re great in their job. They don’t need to be changed for someone’s words. And of course in reality there are many writers if you ask them for suggestions and feedback they get defensive.
It is very rare to hear from a writer who asks for a feedback from the audience and really they mean it. A good writer is humble. Regardless of skill, she is committed to seeing the writing process through to completion. No matter how grueling or hard, she will write. And she will get better.
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