One-plus step process
Most of the time, what we stress over is not the necessary components of an issue. Not that they are unnecessary in the true sense, but the problem is that we start stressing over them early.
Ideas and small details gain meaning once there is some sort of action. Without that, the 0nly thing they’ll create is information overload. And when that’s the case, producing any sort of work becomes a problem, let alone producing something exceptional.
First, there needs to be the first draft for there to be something that needs adjustment. That’s where we get it wrong. “Making something” is not a one-step process, it’s just the first step (a necessary one). Second step, which may or may not be the final step, consists of adjusting. And if you see fit, you can make a million steps next, all of them being “making an adjustment”.
All in all, it’s a one-plus step process.