Organization is literally the only thing that matters.
I think people like me, who radically challenge their political views like I did, are often shocked to realised how much the "other side" is exactly like the one you the stood by for years.
They're just as funny, just as intelligent and just as "moral" as you were. A liberal will watch the Daily Show and SNL mocking dumb republicans without realising they're the butt of the joke of thousands of right-wing talk show hosts, comedians and youtubers. You'll read a lenghty critiques of their ideas and feel good about being right, but they have critiques of yours that make their side feel just as right. You spoof them, mock their repetitive behavior and codified speech, but if you take a look at their social-media they're doing the same to you. You read screencraps of stupid things someone from the other side said, and they will do the same to you. You'll be morally outraged when they celebrate some new law you consider inhumane, but they'll do the same when you celebrate something you consider righteous. You'll consider yourself a victim, someone who is besieged, and see them as the true holders of power. They think the same of you. You feel like your side has consistently lost and been deprived of a real chance at power for decades. They feel the same way.
The psychology is the same, the mindset is the same, and the means to articulate those are the same. What isn't the same is how we organize. Our hability and efficiency to organize should be the focus of our improvement. Only through organization we can translate ideas into actions.
And we even need organization to help our attacks reach the target, because what's the point of making criticism and satires of our opponents if only we will get to listen to it? If the masses of apolitical people will never read it? It's just a perpetual cycle of telling ourselves we're right.
Self-isolating bubbles telling themselves they're the coolest, smartest tribe never get anywhere.