Few people would believe it, but only three major differences exist between an average skiers’ technique and that of an expert skier. Only three technical skills stand between limiting oneself to only skiing groomed trails and skiing any open trail on the mountain in any condition on any day. With a three year commitment and diligent practice, any skier with the desire and dedication can break through that invisible barrier separating the merely proficient skiers from those that define the grace and beauty inherent in a perfectly executed turn.
Let’s get one thing straight: you are not going to improve by simply reading an article or a book. A commitment must be made and followed through with training. Likely, the progression will take at least a three year time commitment and a lot of hard work. Crossing over is not a passive learning experience.