Just like the font doesn't matter.
Or the picture.
Or the animation.
Or the template.
Or the design.
What matters is that you do the work.
Everything else is just a distraction.
A distraction that's holding you back from doing what you initially set out to do.
Here's the thing...
You can worry about all the other stuff once you've built a habit of shipping your work.
Once you've started the difficult journey of shipping your work and mastering your craft.
But that will only start once you do the actual work and keep doing it.
And not all the fluff around it.
And once you've done that, once you've successfully built the habit of shipping your work, then you can work on all the other stuff.
But if you start the other way round, if you start with all the fluff, then you'll never ship your work.
And you'll never build a habit of shipping your work.
And instead you'll constantly be busy tweaking things that don't need any tweaking at all.
Because it's so easy to get caught up in all the tweaking and forget about what really matters.
Tweaking is a lot easier than shipping.
Tweaking doesn't have a deadline and can go on forever.
Shipping has a deadline.
That's why it's so scary.
Because at one point you just have to put it out there for the whole world to see and to judge.
And the only way to get over that fear of shipping your work is to tun it into a habit.
There really is no other way...