Re-read Your Work: Tip #14

After finishing your first run-through, repeat the process. You may find things you overlooked the last time around. Even if you found only one error before, there might be something similarly suspect yet lurking in the shadows. 

There is no mystery to this tip, not if you have already worked through the first thirteen. Take all the same suggestions you did with each previous one, and apply all of them again. The process will go much quicker this time, as you are more familiar with the material than ever, and can recognize a glitch from 40 yards away.

Now, sit back, and congratulate yourself for a job well done. You have gone as far as you feel you can for now.  But you are, in no way, finished with your task. It is time to bring in outside forces with, we hope, an objective eye.

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