Writing is a skill. Sure, some are naturally talented at writing. But really, writing is a skill. It's one that you can develop. Get better...and better...and better at.
But how do you do that?
You write. That's one way. Writing is the fundamental way to improve your writing ability.
Write. Write often. Stretch yourself. Always strive to improve your ability to communicate.
I started writing "creatively" when I started keeping a journal. In fact, my first book, Love Addicted, might not be had I not started journaling many years ago. Journaling helped me learn how to describe things and feelings. It "forced" me to see.
Many people desire to write well, but refuse to write often. Writing might be likened to dancing. The more you do it, the smoother you get.
Another thing that improves our ability to write well is reading. Readers have bigger, richer vocabularies. Although writers are encouraged to write at a six-grade level, an expanded vocabulary serves you well nonetheless. Reading also stretches and develops the mind. Yes, reading is fundamental to writing well. You could even read on writing.
I won't deep-dive into it in this blog, but vulnerability is another quality of good writing, particularly if you're writing your story, memoir, or autographical pieces. What is vulnerability? I like social worker, researcher Brene Brown's definition, vulnerability is the willingness to embrace "uncertainty, risk and emotional exposure."
If you desire to write well, keep writing. And read, read, and read some more.