“In the beginning William Shakespeare was a baby, and knew absolutely nothing. He couldn’t even speak.”—Mary Ruefle
In a sense, beginning something is easy because improvement is inevitable, regardless of effort or time. (Regression is not possible when you know nothing. Right? Not philosophically speaking). So while diving into uncharted territory is terrifying in and of itself, at the very least, you have the solace of knowing where you must head. At least you know that you have something to search for and that searching is much, much better than drifting.