When I took piano lessons, my teacher would often ask if I practiced at all.
That’s because she knew.
She could tell that I wasn’t practicing.
Because I would play the same as I did the week before, and the week before that, and the week before that.
The worst part of it is that this went on for years.
I just wasn’t interested in improving.
Writing is different.
There is no sheet music to follow when you’re creating copy for your piece of content.
Most people don’t have a writing teacher to check up on their writing every week.
However, you can still practice writing without step by step instructions.
You can still improve without having a coach sit beside you.
You can get immediate feedback by sharing your content on the internet.
The only catch is time.
You won’t see drastic improvements until you’ve made a drastic quantity of work.
And that takes time.