- It won’t be good enough.
Debunked: Who says? You’re the one saying it won’t be good enough before even trying. You won’t know how good it is unless it’s done.
- I won’t know how.
Debunked: You have to try in order to learn. You didn’t know how to do anything until you tried and learned.
- I am not good enough.
Debunked: You’re as good as you think you are. If you think you’re great then you are. If you think you can do better, then do what you need to do to be better. Stop letting other things get in the way of improvement.
- It won’t fit into the structure of good design.
Debunked: Things can be revised but you need a starting point. It’s better to go too far and make refinements then not go anywhere at all.
- It won’t make sense.
Debunked: A lot of things don’t make sense, but it doesn’t mean it’s a bad thing. If you want to make it make sense, keep working at it. But the original idea will be the starting point.