Not a good question, because you can only start from where you are.
A better question is "I know I have to start from where I am, but how"?
Short answer: the main things you need are to get further education from offline sources, to develop skills, to get loads and loads of practice, to learn how to avoid the mistakes that at least 95% of people have trouble with, and to build your capital slowly without losing money.
Daily averages don't mean anything, really.
The shortest averages that really mean anything helpfully are monthly averages.
So let's call your $200 per day an average of $4,000 per month, assuming that you trade 20 days of the month?
Let's also assume you can do everything I mentioned above successfully (some people do, after all - a tiny proportion of those starting out, but some do, so let's make that assumption, otherwise it's academic anyway?).
Let's also assume you're one of the very few people who manages to make a steady monthly average of 5% of your trading capital as profit.
That $4,000 average per month would therefore need about $80,000 in trading capital, to become realistic.
You're going to need ten times that, to have a chance of averaging $200 per day.
Sometimes the truth hurts a bit.
This thread will help you more than any other in the whole forum:-