We live in a time where examples of finished projects, mastery and excellence surround us. It can be as inspiring as it is daunting, for traces of rough drafts, edits and first steps never make way to the final reveal. As Daniel Webster reminds us here, there is always room at the top. There is a certain spaciousness to success, always providing room for someone to do it better. That's our job, not to do what has been done before - but to do it better. First steps, rough drafts and belief in the process is what gets us there.