Sounds too good to be true?

If so, I don’t wonder. There is one wisdom that says, “If it sounds too good, it probably won’t work.” Fortunately, this is not the case.

You will learn one of the simplest techniques that exists when you want to learn how to write better texts. You can use it anywhere from writing a blog, writing emails, writing books. Even when preparing a presentation.

Although simple, it is very effective. Of course there are other ways to improve your lyrics, but you can learn this in X minutes.

Let me show you one example that speaks for everything. Following is an excerpt from Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech – I have a dream.

Read it well.

“But a hundred years later, a black man is still not free. One hundred years later, the life of a black man is still very crippled by the bonds of segregation and chains of discrimination. One hundred years later, a black man lives on a lonely island of poverty amidst the great ocean of material prosperity. One hundred years later, a black man still suffers in the corners of American society and finds himself exiled to his own territory. So we came here today to urgently point out this disgraceful situation. “

She’s pretty convincing, isn’t she? He chose good words. More precisely, powerful words.

Let’s take a closer look at these words and this time with powerful words underlined.

“But a hundred years later, a black man is still not free. One hundred years later, the life of a black man is still very crippled by the bonds of segregation and chains of discrimination. One hundred years later, a black man lives on a lonely island of poverty amidst the great ocean of material prosperity. One hundred years later, a black man still suffers in the corners of American society and finds himself exiled to his own territory. So we came here today to urgently point out this disgraceful situation. “

Every single underlined word creates different feelings. In this case, Martin Luther King Jr. it creates a sense of dissatisfaction over the blacks of that time, such as “not free,” “chains of discrimination,” and “exile.” Also note the contrast between “lonely poverty island” and “ocean of material prosperity.” they belong to them, they are denied them.

It is no coincidence that all good speakers, writers, lawyers or marketers use well-chosen words to create certain impressions or reactions in humans.

“So how do I choose the right words?” All you need is to have a list of words to use for different purposes. You don’t have any now. Never mind. Cover you back. In this article you will find a few dozen words that you can use for different purposes.

First, let’s look at how to write in order to arouse curiosity.

Offer them forbidden fruit

Human Mysteries: How We Made It? How did the universe come about? Why do we want answers to them? I’ll tell you I don’t know. I only know one thing. Almost everyone wants to know the answers to these questions, because it is our natural feature.

Let’s just admit it. We are attracted by mysteries and everything hidden from us.

So why not use this human feature to make your lyrics more interesting?

Whenever you need a little curiosity, throw some of the following ten words here and there, and your readers won’t be able to help, just be interested in your link:

  • censored
  • Confidential Information
  • controversial
  • inaccessible
  • smuggled
  • admission
  • hidden
  • The secret
  • prohibited
  • From backstage

Example:

One of my good friends spent 6 years studying 198 best 20th century entrepreneurs. He admitted to me that up to 186 of them did not use the procedures you can read today. Moreover, he found that most experts censor the information they give you.

Of course, this example is invented. I don’t know anyone who would study 6 years of the best entrepreneurs. But even so, it makes you wonder what you say. But the truth about him is that the best do not tell you everything. Just thinkā€¦ how often did you meet what you are reading here on another expert’s blog or book? You lose it on one hand. You may not even have something to count on, because experts are hiding it from you.

Do you see the last word in the previous sentence? Such a simple technique is this. I just chose one word from the list and added it to that sentence. Originally, I just wanted to write “maybe you won’t have anything to count on.” Do you see how the last sentence added to the previous paragraph on the force?

This list of ten words is far from complete. Find more words or phrases you can use in your texts. If you can’t think of anything now, don’t worry. Eventually, you will find some of them either in other articles or think of you when you don’t wait. Then just write them down.

Curiosity is over. And what about exciting and filling the readers with energy?

Words that energize you

Have you already heard the phrase enthusiasm is contagious? I believe it. It is also true that not everyone will immediately be enthusiastic about your idea as you are.

Let’s face it. Your readers will not be happy to jump and open champagne right away when they start reading you. Today, man is either bored, tired or worried. He searches for something that would take him and make him happy.

You can indulge him with your writing. Use one of the following 14 words to power them:

  • great
  • thrilled
  • stunning
  • The sleigh fell from me
  • please
  • savory
  • pleasure
  • striking
  • Exuberant energy
  • pleasant
  • Happy
  • great
  • astonishing
  • Amazing

Example:

There is one thing that happens regularly in this world, which makes no sense at all. Did it happen to you that you had a few bad days with you when nothing went wrong? But then something overwhelming happened. All the bad thoughts you had for that, turned into a pleasant one, because everything was suddenly coming out. What you touched or did, it worked. Great feeling, right? You were always amazed at how it was possible. The best part of all of this is that when everything goes by itself, it will fill you with joy and begin to overflow with energy. How wonderful we would have lived if every day he looked exactly like that.

Where can you get more words full of energy?

The best way to get more useful phrases is to listen to people who are enthusiastic about something that makes them happy. So when your friend will talk to you about something they liked very much, tighten your hearing.

And what if you want to encourage someone?

Words to encourage

Hope and encouragement are among the strongest emotions. Thanks to them, people can overcome and embark on things that others would find impossible. If you know how to evoke this emotion, you have a powerful tool in your hands to guide people to outgrow themselves.

  • spunk
  • hope
  • keep up
  • Don’t give up
  • dedicated
  • courage
  • The fall
  • Continue
  • Beat
  • power
  • Promise
  • bravery
  • triumph
  • faith
  • victory
  • Withstand
  • defiance

Example:

Walt Disney didn’t even finish high school and kicked him out of his first newspaper job because he lacked imagination. Over the coming years, he experienced several business failures and hard falls. But he didn’t give up. He stood by his dream and built an amusing empire that brought millions to the joy. All he had was his faith that he could do it. She gave him the strength to continue. When he mentions a few years, it will not be the failures he will mention. The ungoods passed away, but the feeling of triumph remained forever.

Words that annoy

Sometimes, it is your job of people to spur them to bring them to action. But not to manipulate them. But to show some iniquity and people want to do something about it.

Unfortunately, most people are quite apathetic, they don’t care about anything, and even if they steal something from them, they’ll say what they do. They wait until the situation becomes totally unbearable for them. Therefore, sometimes it is necessary to make a flame from a spark and a big fire from it. But cautiously with the following words. It’s like spice. When you survive it, you ruin everything.

  • arrogance
  • bastard
  • Without a bit of feeling
  • stupidity
  • To lie right in the eyes
  • Lies
  • cocky
  • Kick in the ass
  • Conceited
  • meany
  • abominable
  • punish
  • odious
  • snobbish
  • tyranny
  • hangdog
  • Vsevedko
  • coward
  • evil
  • Abuse

Example:

The arrogant bastard lied to my eyes. What do they think I’m a fool? I’m not gonna lose it? If I was puffed up like him, I’d kick him in the ass right now.

This strategy is really quite simple. This example you just read took me about 2 minutes to think. A complete toy.