Writing is tough. The first draft is never perfect, you are never perfect, revising isn't perfect. If you work on it though, it might get close. This was one thing I had to learn quickly: It's most likely not going to happen the first time. Some things have helped me get over that fear, hopefully if you're a writer some of this stuff might help you too.
Nanowrimo: This event aims to have you finish a 50,000 word novel by the end of November. Super stressful, super fun, and super annoying all in equal amounts. Fortunately, there is a strong community online to help you push through it. I'm lucky my region is very supportive. We have write-ins and are semi-active on the forums. It's one of the best decisions I've made, even if I never win (Three years trying, and I'm pretty sure this month I'm going to fall at 40,000, but it's a great start).
Critters Writing Workshop: I've been slacking this month because of Nano. This is an online workshop for critiques and critiquing specifically aimed at Science Fiction and Fantasy writing. I can't tell you how much this has helped me. You do more critiquing than anything, but it helps you look for the weaknesses in your own writing. I can't recommend it enough, even if it's just to get you back in the saddle. They also have offshoot workshops for different genres, Scifi/Fantasy is the biggest though.
Brandon Sanderson running his mouth in class: I enjoy Sanderson's work. I somehow came across Youtube videos of his Brigham Young writing classes. It helps to smack the Muse around a bit when she doesn't feel like talking.
Writing Excuses: This podcast is awesome, and I don't really do podcasts (I tried Night Vale multiple times, it just didn't do it for me, mmmm k?) I actually just started listening to it on another Nanowrimo's suggestion. It's really good when you need help if you're stuck. They have a backlist and a ton of issues have already been addressed, just click and instant gratification.
Local Book and Writing Panels: I hate socializing but I love writing panels. You have to listen and talk at these things, just a heads up. You won't learn anything if you don't. Definitely don't lock yourself into your genre either. Some of the best information and knowledge I have received has come from members of RWA (Romance Writers of America).