There’s no better way to get better at something than going for imperfection. And there’s no worse thing than going after perfection.
When you do some work, better do it every day, you can look at it and say, “It’s ready to go, because it’s imperfect.”
Only when you doing something every day, and when not doing it becomes the exception, can you call yourself a professional.
That’s why the trick here is this: if you want to get better at something to become a pro at it, you goal can be simply “doing imperfect work every single day”.
And keep that streak. And let “no-work-done day” be an extremely rare exception.