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4.Situate Introduction The introduction has one main goal—it must get attention. It's kind of like being on dating scene. Speaking from a male perspective, in most cases you have only a couple of seconds to make a good impression. And judging from lines I've overheard, many would-be suitors need to work on their game.
Introductions can be successfully made by asking a poignant question or by giving valuable insight or information at very beginning. Although humor can also be used, it should be used sparingly, because hilarity is very subjective. The primary result of theme is to motivate writer in you; however, its dual purpose is to enable you to quickly convey your book idea to either a single reader or a full audience.
5. Set Forth Conclusion The way your "elevator pitch" ends is most esteemed, distinct component. Like a proud parent who is always pulling out photos, you must make others see that your personal bestseller is worth getting excited about. The previous four steps will mean nothing to your reader until you present conclusion you have attained from your soul-searching analysis. This is where many people's effort falls short.
The conclusion should repeat subject supposition. But to keep from being redundant, you may state it in a different way. The last sentence is very important since conclusion will also end theme. Your last words will reside for a while in subconscious of your readers or hearers.
6. Solidify Everything Together The final step in creating your theme is putting all of previous steps together in a way that will allow them to flow, fluidly. You must be able to "put your finger on it," and anyone who hears it must be able to "get it." Remember, it is an elevator speech that must make sense and you must be able to deliver it in about 30 seconds.
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