Just start making something. Don’t be so worried about the overall quality of the thing you’re making. Of course, you should have aspirations, ambitions, like you might have a bar you want to get to.
Even when people ask me, they’re like, “Here’s what I did. And do you like it? Is this good? Or is this bad?” I don’t really care. I’m more focused on, is this better than the thing you made two months ago? So as long as, at the very least, you’re in a trajectory of improvement, I think that’s way more important than a thumbs up or a thumbs down on the thing you’re making right now.Jesse Driftwood for Moment