Not very specific question I should say, anyways these are the basics
evaluate what you are doing right now
analyze your strengths and weaknesses.
Make your strengths even more stronger and work on the area of weaknesses. Take up courses or educate yourself in those areas.
Affirm yourself everday with positive statements,nothing works like self affirmation.
work hard, be persistent , dont give up
you will definately be better than where you started
The answer previously given should help you a lot, if you take the advice. Practice is an additional answer. Practice makes perfect is not quite correct. Nothing, it is said, is perfect (Except maybe Nature) but practice does lead us towards perfection - and less mistakes.
Give a maiden speech and it'll be full of feux pas. Give a hundred and you'll be very competent. Write your first story and it'll be full of shortcomings. Write a couple of dozen and you'll be a proficient writer. Practice, practice PRACTICE!
It'll improve on what you do.
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