As we go about acquiring habits, we often realize that we do not really know what we are doing on the onset. We are just tinkering. There is an enormous value to this tinkering though. It helps us know who we are, what we like. It also let us understand what it is that we are trying to achieve, what problem we want to resolve. This is why agile seems much more effective than traditional linear methods; because we need time, iterations, trials and tribulations, to create something great. This is the thought of the day, after which we will part with our friend Epictetus for a few weeks.
No great thing was created suddenly.