Errors don’t lead to as much harm when discovered quickly.
Routine maintenance, pulling of the weeds, whatever it is you want to call it; should be done everyday.
There are days you don’t feel like doing the work. But those are the days that divide the amateurs from the professionals.
Professionals don’t stop working on getting better just because they don’t feel like it.
They fall down, then get back up. They say, “I will try again tomorrow.” Their work is criticized but they know it’s not for them.
Not everyone is going to embrace this.
But anyone that spends one hour a day watching television has just demonstrated that they can spend an hour of their time making something that needs to be made, helping someone who needs to be help, making better art.