Remember, the OP is skiing on 100mm wide, light weight, tip rockered skis.
"Designed to introduce resort skiers to the benefits of rocker in soft and variable snow, the Access is predictable, versatile, and very easy to ski on anything from groomers to chopped-up powder. A generously rockered tip planes over powder and chunks, while underfoot camber and a GS-style turn radius give it hardpack-carving chops. Moderate flex is suitable for intermediates and casual experts looking to tackle deep snow and rugged terrain. And the Access’s light weight makes it ideal for uphill travel in the backcountry."
1. Get a lesson on the next powder day.
2. Get some lessons on hard pack days too, the OP needs to learn to trust the skis and NOT STEER.
3. Whatever you do, DONT stop every other turn. The first turn is the hardest and you are making nothing but first turns.
4. Think of the tips of your skis as clock hands, pointing directly down the fall line is 12:00. Try not to go beyond 10:00 and 2:00. Let them run and commit to some speed!
5. Don't lean back, stay even/forward and just tip your feet/ankles side to side, be patient and let the skis do the work.