Turn It Into a Habit

A person writing in a notebook next to a cup of tea.

If you want to get good or improve at something, turn it into a habit.

Want to improve your writing skills?
Write and publish daily, and when you get any kind of feedback, treat it as a gift.

Want to improve your communication skills?
Find one new person to talk about a specific topic (online or offline) every day.

Want to improve your coding skills?
Build something using code. And when you finish, build something again.

Make it a habit, and you will get better at it.

(Creating a habit essentially means that you’ll start regularly practicing the skill you want to improve—and there’s no better way to improve at something than to practice regularly and deliberately.)