The hardest part really is that first commitment. It can be difficult to do that while reading some of the savings-rate complaints of super high earners here.
It's when you put it into context for yourself, though, that's when it really clicks. Your first month is a huge slog, and you put away this pile of money bigger than any you ever spent in a month. In not long, you have more money saved than you imagined anyone you knew had. You worry less about stuff your friends still complain about. You realize you care, but you don't panic when the car breaks down. You don't check your balance before going to the store - you just shop like a badass. By year 2, the first pile of money you made, a bigger pile than you imagined only a short while ago, is now twice as big, and the new biggest pile of money you've ever had, and you're getting a free month or two added to the savings for nothing every year...
Every step helps. Some are smaller, some larger. My SO is a freelancer following a dream, who makes almost nothing right now. Her goal is to add a part-time Starbucks gig to indefinitely cover our health insurance, which is pretty simple, but pretty awesome, and a huge piece of the financial puzzle.
The hard-mode Mustachians are the ones starting later, or without the one or both super-high-earning jobs, and making it work anyway.
You can do it!