If you want to learn something and then maintain or improve the skill, you exercise it. What are you exercising each day? Another place to look is whatever you resist persists. The more you complain the more you get to complain about. The more you praise and are grateful for the more of that appears.
St Francis de Sales said, “There is not better means of attaining than by continually beginning.” A beginners mind sees the day as brand new. Beginning is fun, new and mistakes don’t mean as much as when you are supposed to already know how to do this. If you are placing your attention on assessments and judging your performance the energy there is upsets, disappointments and numerous others often worse.
One way to escape the disappointments is to reframe the situation. Whenever something doesn’t work out the way I think it should or thought it would, instead of thinking that something went wrong or is wrong, I see it as something that went unexpectedly well, but for reasons that are not yet apparent. In the beginning, you have to think about it but eventually it is there fast enough to catch the humor. Energy flows where attention goes! Find the silver lining works too. Don’t spend too much time looking.