For the past 30 years I have tried to learn how to draw. Maybe I got some kind of drawing block that prevented me from drawing anything that I see or I got two right hands, but nothing that I drew looked the way I wanted. Every year I would get hyped about finally learn how to draw by buying a couple of drawing books and some drawing supplies. After a week or two I would quit after yielding little results.
I finally made amazing breakthrough the last few weeks by registering in a weekly drawing class and spending about 15 - 30 minutes each day just practicing drawing each day. I could start drawing pretty much litterally anything I see or in my mind.
The difference that I am experiencing from previous attempts were that I would spend long hours for a few days trying to learn drawing and quickly get frustrated. Or that I was not in the right environment where I can relax and focus which is what the weekly drawing class provided.
I found this learning experience similar when applied to my real estate learning. I trained myself an extra 30 minutes outside of the office or on the field each day and see myself improving so much faster than more experience agents. Just a short 15 - 30 minutes a day for 8 - 12 weeks would be a great investment to improve on any skill. Try it and let me know your results.