As a creative person, I find myself having the desire to learn how to create many things. Be it photographs, or coding, or music, I get ideas of things I'd like to do all the time.
This presents two problems. For one, I often have trouble focusing on one thing. For two, I often find myself wanting to be immediately perfect at whatever that thing is.
While I'm sure there are many billions of blog posts about this out on the web, I found this article completely at random, and it seems to solve at least one of these problems.
Here it is: https://medium.com/better-humans/3bc2b16fe3f5
As you will read, it's not about quality. At least at first. It's about repeatedly making something, all the time. If you want to make the worlds absolute best bologna sandwiches, you need to make a lot of them, and over time, based on feedback, and learning from mistakes, you are going to be making some incredible bologna sandwiches pretty consistently. I like that concept.
A lot of people tend to scoff at this quantity over quality concept, and I knew I didn't agree with them. I get it now. It's not really Quantity over Quality. It's Quantity creates Quality.
I dig it.
Of course, as always with these things, your mileage may vary,