Be harder on yourself.
Practice, practice, practice.
While practicing, learn to SEE.
You WILL get faster the more you do it - just do it correctly first.
Stand your ground when you know you are right and don't let the client push you into Lala Land if their direction makes things wrong or look poor.
Stop complaining or looking for a quick fix.
Get better clients.
Get better "friends".
Give up or be great.
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