Essay writing is one of the most assigned tasks for students during their student life. They start attempting these papers in an early grade and continue to write them for the rest of their careers. The length and the complication of these assignments would increase as you promote to higher grades. Also, you will attempt different types of assignments including the argumentative, persuasive, descriptive, comparison, narrative, informative, expository, and reflective, analysis, and response. You need to carefully understand the prompt or question to see which type you have to follow for your paper. It is important to address the type of the paper properly because you will shape your title and the writing accordingly.
If you are to create a strong essay on leadership principles, then the first thing as we discussed above is identify the type of the paper you are address. Once you are sure about the type, you should move forward with the rest of the process. Remember that you do not immediately have to start writing rather you have to take gradual steps in order to create a winning paper
To begin your task, you will need an engaging and precise title for your work. The title needs to be precise enough to explain the scope of work to the audience in a clear manner. It should be engaging because the readers will only be interested to continue reading your paper if they find enough interest in the title. To be able to have an original and engaging title, you will need to brainstorm for fresh ideas, elicit and eliminate redundant thoughts
Based on the title of your paper, decide the major arguments for your assignment. You will use these arguments to create the body paragraphs in your assignment. Each body paragraph should be unique in content and idea
Collect evidence to support your major arguments and present your paper to the readers in an authenticated manner.
Arrange the data you have collected in forms of bullets and lists in an outline
Expand the outline to write your paper
Make sure your paper follows a logical order
Revise and proofread your work before you submit it to your professor