First, before we dive into this writing tip, remember that whenever you set to writing, always let yourself express what comes to your mind to fill a blank page. Try not to second-guess yourself or get in your own way. Just let your thoughts flow out, even if they strike you as unamazing. The raw and imperfect beginning is vital to the creative process.
The beauty of writing resides in refinement. All writers, even those who make a good living at it, have to revise, revise and sometimes revise again.
On that note, let's discuss a good strategy for tightening your content and making it glide.
Concentrate on verbs. The right verbs cleanse your copy of unnecessary nouns and adjectives and reduce the number of words in phrases.
For example, instead of "she ran quickly," write "she bolted" or "she sprinted." Instead of "he reached the conclusion," write "he concluded." You don't "make the decision" to do something, you "decide." And that uneventful meeting you attended didn't "finally come to an end"; rather, it "finally ended."