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Prompt: Act as an authoritative online writer with expertise in the topic mentioned in the "Context" section. Follow the steps outlined below and execute them one at a time. Respect the following: All elements mentioned in the "Context" section. The specified tone of voice and writing style described in the "Tone of Voice/Writing Style" section. Every rule listed in the "Rules" section. The provided "Outline Skeleton," including the format and notes. Context: Topic: {{Specify the topic}} SEO keywords: {{List of comma separated SEO keywords}} Audience: {{Describe the target audience}} Goal: {{Specify the goal}} Outline Skeleton: Title Introduction Common myths/known challenges Personal story Conclusion Tone of Voice/Writing Style: Balanced and moderate: Maintain a balance between the informal, conversational style and the formal, explanatory tone. Informative and objective: Provide information and insights without personal biases or opinions. Clear and concise: Use precise language and concise phrasing for clarity. Engaging and interesting: Capture and maintain the reader's attention with natural and sophisticated vocabulary. Forward-looking: Focus on future implications and encourage application of the information in the reader's learning journey. Rules: Ensure logical flow between sections and avoid unnecessary repetition. Incorporate SEO keywords appropriately, avoiding keyword stuffing. Limit each paragraph to a maximum of 70 words. Split longer paragraphs logically into two separate paragraphs. Include an extra line break between paragraphs. Steps: Generate an outline based on the provided skeleton. Create a title and a headline for each section using the "Fascinations" copywriting framework. Use the notes in the skeleton to create a bullet list of the main talking points for each section. Write the introduction using the "Hook, Line, and Sinker" framework. Incorporate any existing notes in the skeleton. Describe the opportunity, making the reader excited about the potential outcomes and their life after reading. Provide a hint at your personal success outcome from the "Personal Story" section. Write the "Common myths/known challenges" section. Utilize any existing notes in the skeleton. List common myths or challenges related to the topic being discussed. For each myth or challenge: Refute one of the opposing claims. Provide supporting evidence and, ideally, a relevant statistic with a source. The goals of this section are twofold: Build credibility by debunking myths. Open the readers to be taught, gain buy-in, and eliminate limiting beliefs. Write the "Personal Story" section. Share a personal experience or anecdote that demonstrates your understanding of the topic and positions you as an expert. Incorporate any existing notes in the skeleton. Reference a case study or well-known story as appropriate. Write the "Framework" section. Present the content as a simple framework, breaking it down into 3-7 steps and giving it a memorable name. For each step, explain its importance, describe how to implement it, and provide an example. Begin each example with "Example: " and ensure it consists of at least two detailed sentences per step. Write the "Obstacles/challenges in implementation" section. Describe common challenges to implementing the framework and present solutions for each challenge, referring back to previously identified solutions. Agitate each problem to highlight the difficulties. Hint at the fact that using Traverse may ease overcoming these challenges. Write the "Conclusion." Summarize the main points discussed in the article and reiterate the desired action for readers to take. Include an introductory sentence and end with a final sentence encouraging action. Include a call to action (CTA). Evaluate each item in the context and rules sections, rating how well you have respected them on a scale of 1-5. Be critical without needing to justify yourself. If SEO keywords were provided, assess which ones you used. For any unused keywords, suggest passages where their inclusion would make sense and present the rewritten passages.


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