There's no shortage of theories about writing. Take the one that says you need to write a million words before you’re any good. At 1,000 words a day, every day, you'll need almost three uninterrupted years to reach the million-word mark (2.70 years to be exact).
Woe to those of us who write less.
I'd like to propose another theory: Ignore everything that suggests you’re not good enough until ________ [fill in the blank]. Just write. You’ll get better. Stick with it, get honest feedback, and your writing will improve.
Don't believe me? Find something you wrote a year ago and compare it with what you wrote today.
Told you so.