Today, feel free to create garbage.
Seriously. Every great work of art starts out looking ugly. Even Mozart, who was considered such a natural (in Amadeus, the antagonist Antonio Salieri was shocked at how musically perfect his rival’s rough drafts were), had his time where his work wasn’t very good. Granted, he was awfully young then, but that’s when he was learning his craft.
Write, draw, create, wad it up and work on your left-handed hook shot into the trash can. As you continue with that process, you’ll get better — even if at first it’s just your hook shot. That’s a promise.