If I want to become a better writer, not only I should keep reading, not only I should keep writing, but it will get even better if I understand people more.
Seeing through people is a quality many writers have. They distill traits and character of people they have come across. They see them in such a rich way that they become intensely creative when they describe them.
But you don’t have to be describing people if you want to become a writer. You can describe concepts. Find rich metaphors. Explore analogy and how some principles are universal to different fields.
I’m trying to become I better writer. I guess the best way to practice is to take risks. There is literary nothing to lose.
I’m spending my day reading and learning principles that I believe I should bear in mind for any future endeavor. Taking risk is one of the principles. Deep understanding of what others want is another.
I’m discovering all of that, so I’m trying to navigate through the wisdom. There are parts that I should try now, and other advice that I can go back to afterwards.
But finding who would listen is the first step. Understanding worldviews of others. And searching for value that can be created.
Just keep on researching, or just in mind that there a tribes that need you, and there are tribes that want you to lead them.
Basically what I try to do here is to focus on something that is of interest to me and that people want to learn about. The concept of writing is quite a good match for now.