Consider Yourself an Author
Tightrope walkers start off on peg stilts to develop balance.
They move on to slack rope (looser than tightrope) not more than 12″ off the ground.
They start in the middle to experiment with the tension and balance.
Then it’s one step at a time.
From there they increase tension and height. Eventually, the question simply becomes, “How far am I willing to go?”
Whatever you’re learning about or driven to do, even if you never write a single word about it and no one ever knows, you should require one thing from yourself because you’ll never regret it:
Eventually, you’ve got to quit dicking around and do something remarkable. -Unreasonable Rule #4, Nathan Cheeley