There are 200 bad drawings inside every comic book artist.
Just as there are an estimated 1,000 bad words/turns of phrase inside of every writer.
And there are a certain number of below quality (or poor quality) teaching or training experiences inside of every teacher and trainer.
There are 1,500 bad jump shots inside every free throw shooter. As there are multiple bad layups inside of every basketball player.
In professional fields from comedy to athletics, the audience accepts that there is a curved path that the performer has to walk, from being inexperienced to being experienced.
What the audience doesn’t know is where the performer is at on the path from being inexperienced to being experienced, which complicates the audience’s judgment of the performance.
And can warp its feedback.
But the thing is, once the performer gets all the inexperience out of their system, and successfully works their way through the curve from inexperienced to experienced, the performer won’t care what the performance “looks like” to the audience.
The performer won’t care about the feedback about their performance from the audience either.