An art teacher told me once:
Do you actually think that Picasso showed all of his work? That all of his paintings were great? No. So keep practicing. And among all the work you will do, something good, something great will show up. But for that, you have to keep churning up work.
A published author told me once:
My writing is not better than anyone else’s. I just keep at it, keep working on it. From the first draft, I work and work and work, write and write and rewrite until I am happy with most of it. Anyone can do it, if they put in the work.
Whatever project you want to achieve, whatever it is that you want to make/do, first you have to start, and then you have to keep at it, practice, rehearse, ... and then work and work and work.
Some things are worth putting in the effort.
with Mel's help
Hi! I'm Mel! I am a life coach, not a writer, but I write articles once in a while which you might like... see under Categories below "articles" and "experiments".