In the first article in this mini-series we looked at a facet of Tiger Wood’s practice that a seasoned golf journalist considered extraordinary enough to write about. And we talked about how when he’s playing golf that’s exactly what Tiger is doing – he’s playing, not practicing. You can read that article here:
Lessons For Content Marketers From Tiger Woods Part 1
But when he’s practicing, he chunks his game down into discrete units that he can then work on individually and strive to improve in those areas.
In the second article in this mini-series we looked at the process of written content creation – the El Dorado for all content marketers – and I broke down the task of written content creation into four main sub-categories. And then broke those sub-categories down into smaller, discrete units. You can read that article here:
In the third article in this mini-series I introduced you to the system of practice that all the champions use to get better. That system of practice is called Deliberate Practice.
In this article – the last in the mini-series – I’ve taken on a challenge. My friend and fellow blogger Marlee Ward from MarleeWard.com wants to practice this topic: how to use good grammar and write how you speak. [Read more…]