How to create a ripple effect impact with your writing

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There is no coincidence that every writer struggles to find the right words.

We, in our essence, are creators. We are just orchestrating words, that in the right sequence attract the attention of the reader and sparks feelings that lead to action or change.

I recently read an article by Ayodeji Awosika called “3 Skills That Helped Me Make

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I am a spiritual being creating my life through writing, studying psychology, passionate about self development and ready to share my knowledge with you :)

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