I'm continually struck by the degree to which I find myself telling writers to take their efforts with creating a new script one step at a time. There are days we all have when everything seems totally out of reach and all you can hear is that nasty whispering voice saying "who are you trying to kid." And it's on those days that you have to step back, take a deep breath, and realize that it's baby step after baby step that allows a script to come into being. It's all a process, with one element building on the next.
As I've often said in this blog, writing a play or screenplay is a big undertaking, a complicated and intricate puzzle to solve. And like puzzle pieces poured out of the box and onto a table, you start by finding a method, an approach to organizing that jumbled pile of tiny cut pieces into a plan of attack that will eventually produce a beautiful finished picture.