Jerry Seinfeld was asked how he was able to consistently produce amazing content for as many years as he has successfully written stand-up and television. His answer? Show up every day.
Seinfeld recalled a morning early in his career when he walked out of his NYC town home and noticed how the blue-collar men next door showed up everyday, twelve hours per day. That moment he had an epiphany; if he had the privilege of writing comedy for a living, while blue-collar men showed up everyday for manual labor, how much more should he show up every day to write.
If you want to succeed at one thing, be successful at showing up every day.
Showing up everyday at the one thing that matters most will make you better at your art. Seinfeld says that the best way to become a better comic is to create better jokes and the way to create better jokes is to write content every day.
If you want to become a better writer, show up everyday and write more. If you want to become a better salesman, show up every day and make more sales calls. If you want to become a better speaker, get up and speak every day.
Simply, if you want to make better art, show up everyday to create more art.