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Number one rule: Don't edit while you write.
But when it is time to start refining your work, you should start by self-editing.
Self-editing is needed even if you’re hiring a pro. It will help you eliminate a bunch of back and forth with your editor if you put forth the best version before professional copy editing begins.
In this guide I share five techniques that I recommend to every client that I work with.