There’s supposed to be no such thing as one-size-fits all writing advice that applies to everyone. Challenge accepted!
1: Make words
It doesn’t matter if your make your words with a keyboard, or a pen, or a pencil, or a chisel on stone tablets. MAKE WORDS.
2: Back up words.
Save your files onto an external drive, or use cloud storage, or make photocopies and store them in a tin box, whatever, but save your words! Don’t let a virus or computer theft or a fire destroy your words!
3: Read New Words
Reading things stimulates your word creation! Read new stories, learn new words, and incorporate them into your own words. More words is always good. But make sure you know your new words thoroughly before using them!
4: Make More Words
Always keep making more words. Keep practicing, keep refining, and keep wording.
Obviously there’s more to it. But start with making words, and you’ll get there.
There. And they said it couldn’t be done.