This meme has been played out already, get some new material.
As far as simple ways to get better, get you some dryfire material. I don't have Ben's books but hear they are good. I have an Anderson book (Refinement and Repetition) and it is quite helpful. I assume you have a timer, but if you don't then that is the first thing, even before a book.
In the beginning though, work on the basics. Lots of transitions. Lots of reloads. Lots of shooting things in the middle. I wouldn't stress too much about working on your draw, since every single drill will have one. Be honest with what you are seeing in the sights. Be honest in your trigger pull. Lots of people can do a 4.0 El Prez in dryfire, yet very few can do that in live fire. This, simply put, is because they lie to themselves during dry fire. Don't be that person. Accept that you are gonna suck at the beginning, and just work at it to suck less.
For quite awhile when I was new to the sport I shot an El Prez every time I went to the range, very first thing. Shooting it cold gave me a good benchmark of where I was compared to before. It is also good because it has a HHF/benchmark to compare yourself to. It doesn't have to be an El Prez, but I do think that this is a good training tool. Maybe you prefer to use Accelerator, 6R6 (El prez w/o a turn), etc but it just needs to be something you can set consistently practice session to practice session.