Okay, so I have a lot of advice for people starting out, there's a lot of things to learn, secondly scratch the surface.
First off you know, if you're starting out, look at something that you would like to do, something you've seen in a film, on the TV show, on a newscast, and try to recreate it, just try to learn how to do it, you'll maybe find a mentor or somebody that does it already and ask them if they can train you, ask if you can chat with them and learn what they do.
Of course, you can do tutorials on YouTube creative cow or other sites like those, that's great, things like that, always be open to constructive criticism on your work. I've seen too way to many really great designers out there, basically lose their careers, clients, jobs, because they get too close to a product and can't allow any advice to come in, and from anybody else and doesn't usually go over well.
You have to realize that you're doing a job for a client, and that client they may want something a certain way and you don't like it, but you may have to do it that way getting started, now as you do it longer and longer you can kind of pick and choose your clients and that gets less and less to be the case.
What other advice. Oh, Try to remember there's always somebody out there that's you know, that's better than you always, there was always gonna be that and then use that to your advantage, look to that person's work for inspiration to try to give you motivation to be better at what you do as well, and that's what I do.
There's probably a lot more that I could say, but unfortunately not much time. I would also say lower your expectations on your feedback so you don't have any vertigo but basically up, and you'll do well, and of course, practice practice practice.