Perfection isn’t achieved in one go. This is the toughest fact of life because to accept this means you will have to work much more and much harder to get there. If you witness something perfect, and you know it isn’t a result of beginner’s luck or a fluke then be wary that a lot of effort and hard work has gone into making it.
Perfection is achieved only after many iterations and errors are a part of it. There’s no point in getting offended or demotivated because that will rather take you away from the path to perfection.
To perfect in one go is to attain instant gratification and recognition. Instead of impressing few people for gratification, aim for the mass and iterate your work till it is perfect for them.
And if you want to continue to churn out perfect work, you will have to make iteration your habit.