The NLP Secret That Makes Your Words Sell

Written by Kris Mills

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***************** Kinesthetic (touch) ***************** back bone, balance, blend, blistering, bliss, bounce, brush, calm, connect, crush, cut, drive, feel, feverish, grab, hot, handle, heart, hit, lift, loose, love, massage, peaceful, prick, reach, push, rock solid, rough, rub, scratch, stir, stress, stroke, tap, touch, tranquil

***************** Smell ***************** aroma, bouquet, essence, fishy, flowery, fragrant, fresh, musty, odour, perfumed, pungent, rotten, scent, smell, sniff, snort, stench, stink, sweet scented, vapour, waft, whiff

***************** Taste ***************** acid, bite, bitter, creamy, crisp, delicious, devour, drink in, eat, fatty, fishy, fresh, greasy, juicy, lean, lick, lip smacking, luscious, meaty, melts in your mouth, milky, mouth watering, salty, peppery, savour, sip, sizzling, sour, spicy, succulent, suck, swallow, sweet, tangy, tantalising, tasty, wicked

***************** Thinking ***************** challenge, concentrate, consider, devise, dream of, dream up, experience, guess, know, learn, mediate, memorise, motivate, pretend, put on your thinking cap, sensation, sense, speculate, strategise, think, dream, true, understand, wonder.

Kris Mills of Words that Sell is a seasoned copywriting professional and author of "How to Create a Sales Explosion With Every Ad and Letter You Write". More information on this popular guide can be found at, or check out more of Kris' many copywriting articles at

Discipline is *Not* a Four-Letter Word

Written by Mary Anne Hahn

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But without discipline, allrepparttar talent, confidence, creativity and ability inrepparttar 129613 world won't get you published.

I can almost hear you say, "Okay, Mom, I get your point" (followed by a roll ofrepparttar 129614 eyes and an expression that says, "Now get off my back, okay?!"). And maybe that's howrepparttar 129615 word discipline got its bad reputation inrepparttar 129616 first place--from Mom, or other authority figures in our lives. After all, "discipline" has a somewhat negative ring to it, doesn't it? It reminds us of being sent to our rooms when we were children, or of school detention, or getting a warning from our bosses at work. And yes, that happens to be one definition of discipline--"treatment that corrects or punishes"--but in my trusty Webster's New World Dictionary, that is notrepparttar 129617 primary definition. In fact, it's listed at number five!

Discipline primarily means "training expected to produce a specific character or pattern of behavior, especially training that produces moral or mental improvement." Isn't that what we writers really want, to developrepparttar 129618 habit of writing daily, submitting regularly, and pursuing our writing dream consistently? To constantly hone our skills and increase our successes? In that regard, discipline is our ally, not our enemy. While our imagination may send us into idle daydreams, and our observations may distract, dismay or entertain us, our discipline isrepparttar 129619 one trait that will assist us in turning our daydreams into goals, and our observations into finished pieces of writing.

Here's to your writing success!

Mary Anne Hahn is a freelance writer who wants to encourage others to follow their dreams. To subscribe to her ezine, WriteSuccess,

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