In order to revise your writing effectively, you need to look at your work objectively.
You don’t want to just glance at what you’ve written, quickly decide it is perfect, and then move on … missing an opportunity to become a stronger writer.
But how do you accurately critique your own creation?
In this 14-minute episode of Editor-in-Chief, host Stefanie Flaxman discusses:
- How to manufacture objectivity when examining your own writing
- Why you need to focus on the weakest sections of your text first
- The Traffic Light Revision Technique: A 5-Step System
Editor-in-Chief on iTunes