I’ve been writing consistently for over 2.5 years
Though, I admit, I’m not the greatest blogger—but that’s not why I write.
From these few years, I’ve learned how to differentiate bad writing from the good.
By simply writing a lot.
I’ve written nearly 1000 blog posts that I keep recorded.
I’ve shared several thousands (3000+) content pieces for my businesses.
All this has given me time and practice to improve my writing skills.
But first, what does bad writing entail? What makes bad writing bad and what makes good writing good?
Or the better question, who decides?
Who gets to make the final decision on what’s good or bad?
The answer is simple.
I love to write with the follow question at the back of my mind: Who are you writing for?
Take this question very seriously.
Who you’re writing for represents the people who decide whether your piece is bad or good.
Everyone else’s opinions don’t matter (including mom’s unless she’s the audience).
So before you go into a deep spiral about how terrible of a writer you are, just remember that the value of your writing is in the eye of the reader.
So there you have it.
As long as you provide a message that is valuable for a specific reader, then you’ve got yourself a good piece of writing (at least it would be in my books).