How to Just Write What You Want to Write Without any Fear!

RathnashikamaniStarred Page By Rathnashikamani, 8th Mar 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/mg23h4of/
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You want to write but can’t just write when it comes to actually writing! That’s really embarrassing!

Well, we all speak somehow, but we hesitate to write the same words just spoken. In fact, its easy to write what we speak.

Leave that fear!

Fear of mistakes keeps us off! Fear that lurks in our heads that we commit mistakes when we express in written word!

Why to fear at all? Are you not talking without any fear when you want to say something?

Writing also is a similar expression to communicate.

You just express what is on your mind. Just keep writing what you feel right now, in a similar way you talk.

Are you afraid of errors in writing a passage? Think about it for yourself. Are you not speaking fluently as the words come out naturally from your mouth?

Be calm

Just relax, and put down those words as you speak out.

It may be about anything that you want to say and you wish to show to the world. There is a writer in you as there a speaker who is communicating in daily conversations.

As you start writing without fear or hesitation, yours will be a unique style in itself.

If you bother about the style you want to follow before you write anything, you just cannot write anything at all.

A style should emerge naturally from a writer. Similarly the content of what you want to write shall take shape as you proceed your writing.

Be natural

Make up your mind and decide right now!

This is the time you want to showcase your creative thinking. You are creative by birth. No one is made creative by sticking to grammar and style. Creativity is clouded by hesitation and lethargy.

You have to take the first bold step to start writing in a natural way as you speak to your loved one or a close friend. It is that simple.

Face it boldly

Be ready to face the criticism.

All what you write may not be liked by some people.

You will learn by criticism and remarks of the readers. And a writer evolves from all such experience.

Then you will know how you have to write to please the readers.

A great writer is not just born out of the sky. You will be one of those great writers when you stick to your confidence and continue to write as the ideas come out your way.

Know the facts

As you progress,you will like working a bit hard, when you find you have written something.

Then, you will understand that writing is another way of talking or blabbering. Don’t be surprised when I say blabbering.

But that is the fact. A prolific writer is a professional blabber. Only thing is a ‘professional blabber’ must write in a fitting style that appeals to the world of readers.

Edit and finalize

Especially on a site like Wikinut, you are free to experiment with your ideas. Wikinut offers a lot of freedom for the people who want to express themselves.

So, come on! Just write it now.

First save the rough draft and edit as many times as you want until you are satisfied to submit it.

That’s not over. You can still edit and fix it after submission and make a final submission when you have finished.

What’s in your mind? Share it here. The world needs your ideas. You are as unique as anyone else on the planet.

I wish you all the best when you spill the words.

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Writing on Wikinut is just like a simple blogging that you can post your views in sentences as so simple as you talk naturally.

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author avatar Dafeenah
8th Mar 2011 (#)

Wonderfully written. Great tips. Thanks for sharing them. I too sometimes let my fear keep me from writing.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
8th Mar 2011 (#)

Dafeenah,

Keep going ahead.
I wish you all the best.

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
8th Mar 2011 (#)

A great write and so true.
Also writers should not fear negative comments - we all get them from time to time.
Sadly we lost a great writer here who got upset after somebody left negative comments.

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author avatar Songbird B
8th Mar 2011 (#)

What a great article, my friend! And it is so true...Great advice, and an excellent share. Thanks Rathnashikamani...

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
11th Mar 2011 (#)

Thank you Songbird, I'm glad you liked it and appreciated me.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
8th Mar 2011 (#)

Thanks Mark Gordon Brown,
Your appreciation makes me enthusiastic.

But I'm sorry to learn that we lost a good friend.

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author avatar jasond
8th Mar 2011 (#)

well said!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
11th Mar 2011 (#)

Thank you jasond.

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author avatar Jerry Walch
8th Mar 2011 (#)

All good tips for the new writer and I second what Mark Gordon Brown said.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
9th Mar 2011 (#)

My thanks to you Jerry Walch, for your time.

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author avatar Greenfaol
8th Mar 2011 (#)

I third what Mark and Jerry said. Really excellent article, so true. Very sad to learn someone left because of negative feedback.
I do wish people would not comment rather than leave negative.
Very well said Rathnashikamani :D

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
9th Mar 2011 (#)

Greenfaol,
Thanks for your views.

I fear someone should not mistake me when I meant creative criticism in offering some suggestions to improve their write-ups.

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author avatar Carol
8th Mar 2011 (#)

Very good sentiments I agree, then you can write straight from your heart

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
9th Mar 2011 (#)

That's real Carol,
Writing straight from heart is more easy than being artistic.

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author avatar Carol
8th Mar 2011 (#)

I am also sorry to hear that someone left because of negative feedback.

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author avatar aliciasummers56
9th Mar 2011 (#)

very good tips! thanks for sharing!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
9th Mar 2011 (#)

Alicia,
You're kind words are encouraging.

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author avatar aden kendroemen
9th Mar 2011 (#)

A very encouraging and positive read, I think some people are afraid to express themselves in verbal conversation, writing can give them the freedom to say whatever they wish. Like you have said here, I myself am a blabber, whether with writing or conversation, I just don’t shut up. Writing, as opposed to conversation, gives me the freedom to say what is on my mind, with the time to express myself clearly. Great work here, thanks for sharing it.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
9th Mar 2011 (#)

Aden,
Blabbers are generally prolific writers.

Blabber comes so naturally, so one has to channelize it on paper.

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author avatar aden kendroemen
9th Mar 2011 (#)

Agreed!!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
9th Mar 2011 (#)

Thank you Aden.

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author avatar Jonathan
9th Mar 2011 (#)

Nice article, Rathnashikamani, many good points. I think the better one becomes at mastering the "instrument", the more relaxed he will be while "playing", and the more relaxed he is, the more instinctive and creative his "playing" gets. Thats why it is important to write alot and make lots of "mistakes", to learn what doesnt work and what not do do, and also recognize ones improvements from year to year. Thank you again for a good article!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
9th Mar 2011 (#)

Jonathan,

Your analysis is commendable.
Valuable observations.

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author avatar Jerry Walch
9th Mar 2011 (#)

I agree with Jonathan, becoming an expert writer is a lot like becoming a master sales person, one masters the skills involved by practicing them. The only way one learns how to write is by writing and by writing a lot. It does not matter how many mistakes we make as long as we learn from those mistakes so we do not repeat them. Making mistakes is all part of the learning process.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
9th Mar 2011 (#)

Thank you Jerry,

You're just right.
Learning from our own mistakes us less-error-prone.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
10th Mar 2011 (#)

Learning from our own mistakes makes us less-error-prone.
Am I right, this time?

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author avatar Blossom S
9th Mar 2011 (#)

I had an experience about critisim of my English.xx

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author avatar aden kendroemen
9th Mar 2011 (#)

Blossom, there are too many, who feel the need to give criticism, instead of encouragement. It is enough that you are making the attempt, through which your skill will grow. You are lucky indeed to write on this site, there are many more who offer their encouragement, and would help, for no other reason than the love writing. Keep up your work, and to hell with the nay sayers.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
10th Mar 2011 (#)

Taking it not much seriously, that's how one manages with the negative criticism, you're right, Aden.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
10th Mar 2011 (#)

I think every writer must undergo some negative criticism as well.

If the road is bumpy, we would learn to drive more cautiously.

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author avatar ppruel
10th Mar 2011 (#)

@Blossom S. English is not my language. I am a Filipino (Tag-alog) you can determine the way I write my English - they are really different compared to a English speaking people -

what is important to me I can tell people what is in my mind in my simple ways.

Remember - Simple English is the best English in the world.

Keep on writing - it is agood training.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
11th Mar 2011 (#)

ppruel,

Everyone has their own style of writing that shows up some influence of the language and culture of their origin.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
11th Mar 2011 (#)

We always improve by correcting ourselves from criticism.

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author avatar Val Mills
9th Mar 2011 (#)

I'm finding the more I write the easier it becomes. I really agree with the being natural part and letting it flow out just like talking. Good article.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
10th Mar 2011 (#)

Thanks Val Mills, for your kind words.

The more we write, the easier it becomes.
Being natural is important.

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
9th Mar 2011 (#)

I love the way you empower us all!

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
10th Mar 2011 (#)

Kinsman,
Very kind of you, I'm glad to have your high spirited comments.

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author avatar Gene Dove
10th Mar 2011 (#)

Just simply...well,well done

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
10th Mar 2011 (#)

Thank you Gene Dove,

I'm glad you liked it.

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author avatar ppruel
10th Mar 2011 (#)

I love reading the whole topic. I agree with your idea dude and to Mark -

I always love receiving negative remarks for as long as they are not flaming..

Mark is right there are good writers here who are already gone for sometimes now and I am missing them and had wished they would return.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
10th Mar 2011 (#)

ppruel,
Negative remarks, if constructive and creative, are positive.

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author avatar Shaun Jarmen
10th Mar 2011 (#)

Nice work Rathnashikamani
Fear is sometimes that little push to greatness.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
10th Mar 2011 (#)

Thank you Jarmen,
For your kind words.
Fear, sometimes, makes one come out of itself and progress to success.

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author avatar Retired
11th Mar 2011 (#)

"A prolific writer is a professional blabber." - Amen!

Like others have stated, you made and excellent point. For those who fear criticism and negativity - any publicity is better than no publicity. I've come to appreciate the effort and the bravery it takes for non-English speaking people to just put it out there and frown when there are those who are too critical. Creative writing is far different than other content writing.

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
11th Mar 2011 (#)

Elaine Chastain,
Thank you for your kind words.

You've given a good thought.

It is heard that Creative writing is something one learns by experimenting and editing until one feels satisfied.

But, one must start to write anything without fear but with confidence.

Practice makes one perfect!

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author avatar muthusamy
11th Mar 2011 (#)

Very useful tips for new buddies and professional writers. We should not hesitate to communicate our mind.
Clear mind begets Calm mind
Calm mind begets Confidence
Confidence begets Boldness
Boldness leads you to Fearlessness
Thank you for the excellent post

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
11th Mar 2011 (#)

Muthusamy,

Thank you for the great ideas.
So, clear mind is calm, confident, bold and fearless.

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author avatar Retired
11th Mar 2011 (#)

This is so true. Sometimes writing our feelings makes us feel vulnerable and that may be when criticism gets to be too much?

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author avatar Rathnashikamani
11th Mar 2011 (#)

Jill Vance,

Thank you for your valuable comment.

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