I'd like to add to traderpuse that you are putting too much pressure on yourself with a need to get somewhere. Trading from a place of need is very different from a place of want. Trade in steps. At a certain amount until you are so comfortable with it that it literally bores you. Then step up to the next amount.
If your strat is that consistent, then put some money into the account that you can afford to loose. I call it the Starbucks money. Money you would have otherwise wasted on frivolous things like overpriced coffee. Trade with that and do not care whether you loose it or multiply it. You would have lost it anyways, peed it away so to speak . Multiplying is the cherry on top. When you start multiplying it, take out a little every month, and leave in enough to keep trading, with that same mind set. When you have taken out what you once put in, then the money left to trade with is free money. Even less problematic to loose. And even sweeter when you multiply it.
When you put pressure on yourself that you must do this or that, then your focus is off and on the wrong thing. Focus on trading, rather than on profit. That comes automatically. When you know your strat is 70% successful for example you can take the few OTMs in stride. They are bound to happen. It is a mathematical certainty. So are the ITMs. A mathematical certainty. Also know that you don\t need 70% to build an account. With a 75% payout rate you can build your account with a 60% success rate. Anything better than that is double cherries on top!!
Switch between demo and real account frequently and treat your demo account like a real account. With more practice you get more routined and you learn to have faith in the mathematical certainties, even when there is the odd day that has more OTMs. Other days also have more ITMs than average. It will average itself out. Grow the account slowly and comfortably and just keep trading. If a day or a moment feels off, trade on demo and trade anyways. Stick to your rules, take breaks frequently, and keep trading between breaks.
And never give the 'there would have been x ITMs' any attention at all. A trade you never took is a trade that never happened. It is also a trade you never lost. Focus only on what is, never mind what could have been. Do, then you know what was. Only that counts. Keep doing and your trading will improve. Eventually you will find it pretty boring and have to find something to keep it interesting