It’s tempting to believe that we can only learn how to write well by reading books on writing, by writing a lot, or by taking a graduate program. But the reality is that the mechanics of writing are only one aspect of writing—and it’s not even the most important. The most important aspect of writing is human psychology. How well do you understand how people think and process information? That makes the biggest difference in your writing. That’s why a lot of non-trained writers have become successful writers. At the end of the day, you can learn how to write anywhere—just look at the world around you and pay attention to how people behave.