Creative, Concise, Conclusive: Redirecting The Systematic Approach of Writing

A 1–2–3 process.

Dedrick Conway
2 min readJun 6, 2023

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Penmanship is the opening of how we connect beyond the superficial world. Penmanship is the foundation, orchestration, and implementation of what we think, feel, and experience to make sense of our perception and world.

Being a writer or writing can be challenging because canvassing your words on paper or through our written language requires one to be specific, accurate, and informative.

One way of making your writing less challenging is by utilizing the three C’s which are creative, concise, and conclusive. Many writers follow the clear, consistent, and concise approach but using specific techniques and words redirect the shift in how writers approach their writing.

Step One: Creative

The most important part of the writing process is creativity. Creativity is what makes writers and authors uniquely different, diverse, and often consistent with their writing.

First, writers must find a style or a voice suited for their artistry. By doing so you have a tone, however a connection of how you tell your stories. Also the more creative a writer is the less amount of writing that needs to be given.

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Dedrick Conway

Dedrick C. is a serial entrepreneur, indie author, ghostwriter, and artist expressing his perspectives through evocative literary artistry. Top writer in Art!