Everything starts from somewhere.
Books start from the momentum of the first word, then a sentence, then one paragraph, then a page. It builds from there.
Movies begin from a writer sitting in a dark room dreaming up the first line of a dialogue, or one scene sketched out on paper.
Paintings arise from one uncertain stroke that leads to the next.
Start somewhere. It doesn’t matter where. Begin small and gently.
The bar — one word, one line, one stroke — is so low you cannot help but succeed.