“When I begin a poem I don’t know—I don’t want a poem that I can tell was written toward a good ending… You’ve got to be the happy discoverer of your ends.” –Robert Frost
Just get going without concern for the precision of your ending point.
It’s in the going and the doing that you are likely to make your best art and discover your true self.
Don’t overthink it. Don’t expect to have the answers before beginning.
Be open to detours and delays and scenic overlooks.
And be open to surprise.
Just get going.