Two recommendations I have are:
1. Find a subject that interests you, and read! I found out I enjoy reading fiction, so I read a lot of classic literary novels as well as some modern ones (I really enjoy Haruki Murakami’s books). This will help improve your writing without you ever realizing it.
2. When writing, think first about your audience. Try to imagine who they are, what they like, etc. Because writing is a form of communication, it’s important to consider who will be receiving the message, and how they would interpret it.
While there are many other tips, I have found these two to be essential in my writing career, whether that’s writing non-fiction stories for classes or writing business emails in the workplace.
Don't be discouraged when things don't turn out how you want them to. Success isn't linear, and it is always a work in progress!
the more clear your vision will be the better your story will be and the more easily it will reach to the users.
You need to find what you are truly passionate about, and you will start writing and writing and there is no stop. I used to write short thriller and horror stories back in high school. I read so many books on horror, mystery, crime and thriller. Without me realizing, I wrote short stories, every time, even when the teacher was teaching! My short stories became popular among my friends and they borrowed my diary back home to read.
I no longer write, but I no longer read as much as I used to read too.
Writing is fun and it unleashes your creativity. Good luck.