How to Improve Everything You Write in Three Minutes or Less

Improve Your Writing

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Congrats! You’re about to receive a makeover.

On April 9, Twitter announced plans to roll out a new site design, and everyone seems to think the renovations look suspiciously like Facebook.

Among the updates, according to CNN:
  • much larger profile photo and header image
  • sort a person’s tweets based on photos, videos or replies to a conversation
  • tweets with the most retweets and replies will appear larger so they become easier to find

You’ll notice the folks at Twitter have no plans to increase the site’s 140-character limit. Why? Less is still more.

Can you condense your message as tightly as possible? Today’s culture rewards brevity and the people who can say a lot with a little.

To help everyone stay concise, I created an easy way to improve anything you write. In about three minutes, you will make your work read faster, look sharper and feel more authoritative.

If you’d like, print out the instructions below, save the page somewhere useful and refer to it the next time you draft a document.

How to Improve Your Writing

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(This content was originally posted at News to Live By.)

Author:

Danny Rubin

Danny Rubin is a media strategist and the managing editor of News To Live By™, a blog for Millennials that highlights the career advice and leadership lessons "hidden" in the day's top stories. A former TV reporter, he's always looking for ways to apply the news to our own lives. Follow him at @NewsToLiveBy.