“The common denominator of success – secret of success of every individual who has ever been successful – lies in the fact that he or she formed the habit of doing things that failures don’t like to do…It’s just as true as it sounds and it’s just as simple as it seems. You can hold it up to the light, you can put it to the acid test, and you can kick it around until it’s worn out, but when you are all through with it, it will still be the common denominator of success, whether we like it or not…Why are successful people able to do things they don’t like to do while failures are not? Because successful people have a purpose strong enough to make them form the habit of doing things they don’t like to do in order to accomplish the purpose they want to accomplish.” -Albert Gray , Excerpt from his 1940 speech “The Common Denominator of Success”
You don’t need more information.
You need more motivation.
You already know what to do. Some of it’s not fun work. But vital to your purpose. Do it day in. Day out. Plan on it taking a whole lot longer than you think. But it will be worth it in the end.
Go make your art.