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Author: Jonathan Rick

To excel at writing, you need to master both form and function, both style and substance. You need to think visually.
For 15 years, Jonathan Rick has been writing and pitching op-eds. Here are the most memorable and useful lessons he's learned over the years.
Every time you get a chance to have a conversation, grab it with both hands. If you don’t win the work this time around, at least you’ve set yourself up for success the next time.
Seasoned ghostwriters know a secret: Writing is the easy part. It’s everything else which consumes most of our time. Lest we be perceived as overly inquisitive or insufficiently independent, we hesitate to ask a critical question: “How many people will need to approve this text”?
Ghostwriter Jonathan Rick outlines the four key elements required to craft a compelling and authoritative op-ed.

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