Hard work is required to become good at something, even harder if you want to be great.
A comedian has any number of attempts at refining a joke. Many bomb, some are OK and need work, few work.
A runner starts with short runs (with a lot of walking) and builds up the time and speed before they can run a marathon.
An artist draws, and draws and draws before ever selling their first work.
Yet in business, we try something for a week or a month and then when it doesn’t work, dismiss the idea and put it in the “that didn’t work for me” bucket.
Persistence, tweaking, testing and patience is required in any art form before you find your voice.