Background: I've been a Blender user for years, but I'm trying to get better at Maya to make myself more marketable. I've used Maya on and off the past so I'm familiar with the interface and the modeling commands, but I'm painfully slow at everything. I can't go more than twenty minutes without corrupting my file or hitting a bug, and when I try to explain the issue to coworkers I get the blank-eyed "why would you want to do that?" stare. I suspect I'm failing because I'm bringing all my Blender habits over, while the Maya pros have evolved a workflow over the years that avoids all its potholes.
Can someone point me to a streamer or tutorial by someone who's a real badass at modeling + unwrapping in Maya, so I can compare my workflow? Bonus points for environment and/or hardsurface artists.