Introduction Can Be Written Last

One of the ways to boost your writing speed is to write the introduction or first paragraph after writing everything else. If your writing process is planned out, it is sometimes quicker to jump to the subject you now have the inspiration for. Applying this technique, you won’t have to put a lot of effort into crafting the content to fit the introduction. What is more, writing the introduction at the end allows you to precisely summarize the whole piece, as you already know what it’s all about. And finally, it may be one of the ways to beat writer’s block as you are not tied to a specific subject.

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