You won’t know until you do it

The trouble with wanting to learn how to do something accurately—knowing how it’ll turn out, knowing how much effort you need to put in, even knowing the purpose and reasons you need to do it, sometimes—is that you need to do it first.

It’s a paradox.

Some experiences you can only get firsthand. It’s expensive (compared to reading!), and it’s unavoidable.

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