Brainstorm ideas onto Post-it notes then rearrange them into the right order.
Start anywhere. You're allowed to write the ending first.
Think of your work as a first draft. Don't expect perfection straight off: get the words down and correct later.
Read your work out loud, listening for a smooth flow and punctuation pauses.
Sleep on it and re-read the next day. You'll notice passages that need liberal use of Tippex in the fresh light of day.
The only way to improve your writing is by writing.
Write with one member of your target audience in mind. Your writing will sound more personal and conversational.
To write faster, go with the flow and edit later. Put down all your thoughts and then go back to revise.
Write as if youre writing to a friend or even best friend. Keep things conversational.
Use shorter paragraphs if you want your work read faster. This is especially true for reading online.