Article Writing Tips – Use NLP to Become a Better Writer

Today, In this article, I am going to discuss how NLP can help you get more focused and help you write better articles in no time at all. As the name NLP suggest (Neuoro Linguistic Programming), we are going to train you brain to spit out higher quality articles at faster rate. Now you might believe, it’s not possible but I am going to prove it is.

For example, Here is something I do regularly when I write article. I always start with Pen and paper and start outlining all the ideas that are in my head to write about. Why I do it?

Because it’s an anchor for my mind to let it know, that It’s time to write and get going. My unconscious part of the brain recognizes this anchor and start firing out information about topics I want to write.

I use pen and paper because this is my habit of note taking from my high school. Though I was out of high school about 12 yrs ago, this habit of note taking still remains. If I can use such an old habit to turn my mind into article writing machine, can you imagine what you can do with your habits?

How to create this sort of anchor?

There are many ways to set this kind of anchor. First thing you have to do is find something you can use as an anchor (for me it’s my pen and diary).

One of my friend uses a Cap (which he calls a “thinking typing cap”). I used to believe my pen can absorb information (it’s crazy I know).

Now Use this anchor and state your intention aloud, “As I use this thinking typing cap, I’ll use it to write a 300 word article in 10 minutes”. Every time you write an article, do this simple thing.

Use feeling that your cap is absorbing information and it’ll help you to write.

NLP is powerful tool, and it can set this kind of anchor in 1 time or about 3-4 times (it depends on your intention).

You can use anything to replace the or pen/diary. It has to be personal.

Now after you’ve built this anchor you need to use it daily to write. In a matter of week, you’ll find yourself writing far more than you can imagine yourself to write.