Want to Improve Your Writing? Ask These 5 Questions of Your Work

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One of the most important things you can do is ask yourself these five questions before beginning any piece of work.

One of the best ways to improve your writing is to ask the right questions about your work. By asking the…

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Kentucky Poet, Scribbler & Blogger. 100,000+ views. Changing the world one scribble at a time. Let's connect: linkedin.com/in/gdwelch

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Gregory D. Welch

Gregory D. Welch

Kentucky Poet, Scribbler & Blogger. 100,000+ views. Changing the world one scribble at a time. Let's connect: linkedin.com/in/gdwelch

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