Life involves trial and error. Effort necessitates randomness.
To generate ideas, we must try something new. Otherwise, all the ideas remain locked up in would-be artifacts.
The triumph of humankind is freedom: to create, cooperate, and act.
We can see and measure success by dancing into accidents rather than stipulating certain conditions into the design.
If at first, we act, then we deduce.
Luck happens to the amateur as a reward for having fun, perceived talent, and an appetite for grit. Ignorance and passion are easy to come by, at least initially.
It all starts with dancing with the fear, whether by accident or design. And maybe, just maybe, the beginner graduates into a well-informed and skillful pro.