Sound Tips to Explore Sharpening Your Content Marketing


Exploiting too many words and explanations.

Clinging redundancy using the same nouns, verbs, adjectives or others consistently with no variation whatsoever.

Farthermost frustration in the tone or vibe when scribbling down one’s masterpiece, (at least for today.)

These objects and more as I begin another post for my blog.

Stretch The Boundaries

If you were a blogger or a hobbyist, a journalist or a fan of the art of language and all of its glory and cruel honesty, then welcome to our dilemma and redemption in the power and magistrate of our psyche.

Like a superhero with extraordinary abilities of creativity and imagination that doesn’t even know one has, we all grapple and stretch the boundaries of proficiency each and every time we generate a new story. Everyone knows the seeds of what today’s menu as for us, it’s just not a straight line 99.9% of the time, how we are supposed to proceed.


And even though for me, I suppose I conjure up a wonderful excuse, suffering a massive stroke in 1991 at the age of 27 and lost the dexterity, both verbal and written, of communication for years, I don’t. Because in my heart, my aptitude of perfecting my speech at all cost, I comprehend that my thoughts are always clear and unwavering, whether I acquired aphasia, a language disorder that affects the processing of my brain, or not.

Savvy Our Guts

Yes, for all the soldiers in our magic of insight as we scrapple and hunt for the right phrase, we salute all of us with grave appreciation and respect. Whether you are a novice or an expert, first attempt or season pro, all of us can savvy our guts, our cleverness and strive to grow each and every time we aspire to write the next great piece.

For me, I look forward to your next inspiring morsel soon. Happy writing!


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