Writing is an art, and if you want to become a Picasso, you have to practice more and more.
Nowadays, writing is more than just a collection of words; it's a feeling, an emotion that comes directly from the bottom of the heart.
In a world where AI is taking over, we have to stay rooted to make our writing more authentic because machines don't have any emotions (as of now).
And as a wise man once said, "Rome wasn't built in a day," and neither is a skill.
The path to an impactful career is paved with observation and determination.
Some tips that helped me become a better writer are:
Write your heart out.
Provide references or examples in your writing.
Craft your first paragraph to be mysterious and catchy.
Edit your final copy.
Observe your surroundings for metaphors.
Carry a journal.
Don't hesitate before writing.
Don't worry about rejection.
The main thing behind all these is to practice daily to become a better version of yourself, not to compete with others.