When we create, our first attempt is called a ‘rough draft’ on purpose:
It is supposed to be rough, and it is supposed to be a draft.
Whether you are creating art, writing poetry, recording an intro for a podcast, or creating copy for your website—expect to redo the work at least once.
Because something amazing happens when you commit to the rough draft.
Knowing the rough draft will likely never see the light of day, you become free.
Free to try things that might not work.
Free to learn from your bad ideas.
Free to make things better.
And in the end, much more likely to end up with something you are proud of.