"Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing."
The above words of Benjamin Franklin are self-explanatory that a writer must follow. A good writer is he who remains to be good in the sight of his readers’ on the basis of his quality of writing. The sentence which is overheard commonly that quality makes a difference is analogous to this point. It is nothing but the quality of writing that not only attracts the readers to read more and more but also motivates them to the direction which is intended.
As the examples and the sayings of a teacheror lecturer, while he delivers the lecture, are worth noting and it causes to bring a better change and development in the students, so do the writings of a writer to attract and motivate the readers. As such, a writer is also the most responsible person of society to bring a change and development as well as for the welfare of society.
One must write that is worth reading - not worth counting only. A writer is not the one who could only claim for the quantity rather than quality. Instead, he must be in a position to have claimed that whatever he has written is on the grounds of reality that could be of great help in all humble walks of life of a common man. If both are included, that is, if you write in a huge quantity with the required quality that in turn attracts the reader, then it is nothing but adding the elegance to the passion of your writing. In this way, you must be regarded as the most successful writer.
One of the basic motives ofyour writings should be that you write to benefit the readers in a way they wish to be. If a writer fulfills this, he will be of course in the sight of reader with all due respect and fame. Hence, there is need of making a self appraisal that how far you have been trying to do so and whether you have been successful or not.
One of the most important tips for quality writing is reading a lot as it is believed that the more you read, the more you write qualitatively. In this way, a good reader can be a good writer. As it goes in the words of Stephen King, “If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others: read a lot and write a lot” . With this I would like to end my article with best wishes in your future endevours of writings.
K.A.Fareed (Fareed Siddiqui)
Writer, Trainer, Author, Vba/Vb Developer
BBA; MBA-Finance; M.Phil-Financial Management; (PhD-Management)
Individual Member of Institute of Management Consultants of India
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