The hardest part when you're getting started is to build up momentum.
But once you've got momentum it's like you're sitting in a car that's already driving.
And all you'd have to do to drive faster is to put your foot on the gas pedal and you'd be able to drive faster.
On the other hand if you have zero momentum, if the car isn't even moving yet, then it'll always feel like you're sitting in a car and you don't even know how to get the engine started, let alone drive faster.
And that's the reality when you're getting started.
You need to figure out how to turn on the engine.
How to build up momentum.
And to figure that out you need a lot of patience and persistence.
But patience and persistence isn't enough.
If the things you're doing just don't work out, then you've gotta try something else.
Try it until it works.
And if it doesn't work, try something else.
At the end of the day it doesn't really matter how you build up momentum.
And it doesn't really matter what your initial momentum looks like.
As long as you try to work on building and growing that momentum.
As long as you try to figure out how to start that engine first, instead of trying to go faster and faster when the the engine is still turned off...