Ever since I started writing for Safal Niveshak, I always wondered where does Vishal get his ideas for writing.
“Write more, write every day,” Vishal often recommends.
However, one of the most important (and often ignored) aspects of mastering any skill is tacit knowledge. Tacit knowledge is the knowledge that can’t properly be transmitted via verbal or written instruction.
In a master-apprentice relationship, more is caught than taught. This means a lot more can be learned by observing what good writers do because they may not explicitly verbalize when they’re asked to explain their craft.