Who remembers when they first learned to drive?
For me it was from the summer through fall of 1995. I was 19 at the time. Both my dad and older brother had their own cars, but for whatever reason refused to teach me. So with the money I had from my part time job I paid for my own lessons.
Twenty driving sessions and a decent road test later I was officially licensed by the state of New York to operate a passenger vehicle. However I was not able to obtain my first car for another year and a half. It took even longer than that for my dad to soften up and finally allow me to drive his car!
The point is this: I had to learn before I operated. We learn before we “do.” You make a plan before you execute. We crawl before we walk. You get the idea.