Advanced Essay Writing Techniques – Sneak Peek Preview

Let’s Feel the Power of Advanced Essay Writing Techniques!

First of all – thanks to all who submitted your wishes and desires as to what my new program should include.

I chose three BIGGEST wishes for now and want to give you some awesome training on this blog in order for you to go and apply these techniques and get your papers written worry-free RIGHT NOW!

Three Biggest Wishes

Of all the emails that came in – three challenges really stood out because they were the most common:

  • How to do research and how to use articles, etc., to write great research papers.
  • How to write juicy introductions and conclusions – this is a big one for many.
  • How to write 10 pages or 3,000 words – a lot of people run out of steam after about 500 words, so…

Screenshots from Advanced Essay Writing Techniques to the Rescue!

Below you see several screenshots from my upcoming DVD program Advanced Essay Writing Techniques. I made these screenshots in order for you to grab and apply the information right away and get results. Hey – that’s what I’m here for, right? I want you to succeed.

So, take these and use them – I know that a lot of term papers are due within the next two weeks – so here is some training, and I hope you’ll find it helpful.

And leave me a comment or ask me a question about the upcoming program. I’ll gladly answer right here on the blog. I want you to know what exactly the program can do for you and to feel its power right here.

Let’s begin…

1. Research

how to do research and use sources

Research papers seem to be a big challenge for many, and here is one simple but very powerful technique I use myself and teach in the program:

Basically, you need to write you thesis statement BEFORE you try to incorporate your research – NOT AFTER!

In other words, you should do whatever it takes – and it will take some thinking on your part (made easy if you follow the steps I teach) – to write down the main point you’ll be supporting in your paper.

And then and only then you look for articles and books – whatever will help you drive that point home. Get it?

Most people – almost EVERYONE I’ve taught so far – try to find as much material as possible before beginning to write. As a result, they become overwhelmed when trying to incorporate all that research into their paper.

So, as the screenshot above shows, what you do is you look at your research in terms of whether it helps you to support YOUR point, not the other way around. Of course, you get full training on this in the program, and it’s hard to do justice to it in just one screenshot.

how to write a research paper

And here is an example from one of the essays that we’ll be writing together on the DVD’s. Here you can see exactly what I’m doing. The quote I’m using helps me prove my point in the paper.

The sentence on top is the main point I’m trying to make in this section of the paper. And, as you can see, the quote is helping me to support it. That’s what I’m talking about!

2. Introductions and Conclusions

how to write introductions and conclusions

This screenshot simply shows you that I in fact teach how to write introductions and conclusions in the program.

Just to remind you – we’ll be writing three essays together in program where I hold you by the hand as we build these essays from nothing into 700, 2,902, and 3,065 words, respectively.

Now, in the third essay, we need to write a juicy introduction and a nice conclusion – and I show you exactly what to do.

But I want to give you something you can use right now to write a good introduction. And here are the steps:

  1. Write the thesis and the body of the essay.
  2. Within the body of the essay – in any section – write an example from your personal experience that would support your main point or the point in that particular section.
  3. In your first paragraph, before you get to the main point, you may simply cut that example you just wrote from the body of the essay and affix it right before the thesis, so that your essay begins with a personal example or anecdote. Many professors love this kind of introductions…

3. How to Write 10 pages or more

how to structure an essay

Now I know that this is a really big one – everyone suffers when trying to come up with all these words and pages and most people are stuck after 500 words!

One of the techniques I teach is to use your professor’s essay question or topic as a guideline to creating your essay’s structure. And I show exactly how to do that in the program.

And here I simply want to graphically show you how powerful The Power of Three can be when writing your essay. We’ll use it multiple times throughout the program and you will literally WATCH how a paper grows from nothing – just a seed of an idea – to 2,902 words!

If you look at the screenshot above – the essay question seems only a short sentence. But it contains within itself the genetic structure of a whole essay tree you can see below:

how to write a 10 page essay

The instant takeaway for you right now is:


Always look for ways to subdivide into subtopics and 3,000 words becomes as easy as 300 – especially of you know all the tricks of how to do it right.

These are just a few shots of my program that runs over three and a half hours and contains over 300 slides – fully animated! For now, take these and use them – I want you to get some instant results – that means NOW  🙂

If you are still fuzzy on something – that’s totally understandable – writing essays is a whole subject that is impossible to master from one blog post.

So, leave me a comment or a question about the upcoming program – I want you to succeed and created it just for you…

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Tutor Phil

Tutor Phil

Tutor Phil is an e-learning professional who helps adult learners finish their degrees by teaching them academic writing skills.

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