Crafting well-meaning and articulate messages can take a lot of time to learn.
And that’s the rub of it.
We have to write thousands of bad messages in order to refine our skills, shorten the message, and get specific on the value.
That rationale can apply to many things we do in life. We must be comfortable being bad at something in the early stages in order to hurdle that gap from not knowing to knowing. From novice to proficient.
Once we start to “get it” and are feeling comfortable then we know we’ve acquired the correct knowledge, mostly through consistency and practice.
That’s when it might be time to look at new ways to be bad again.
To become a beginner learner in a new area.
To once again scale another mountain for growth opportunities that we haven’t yet considered.