During trials, all the troubles come together. ... You should know this, you should prepare for it, and you should not be afraid. Fear paralyzes, and you do not be afraid, you keep the faith, that is, the movement. Don't let the troubles steal your time. Find shelter and do something useful while the storm rages.
Take care of today, and let tomorrow take care of itself. The point is that you do not need to do today what is not needed today or will be used unknown when and why. Experience tells us that the less one does with the thought of the future, the better it is for everything in the world.
Start with the very simple and grow gradually to the complex. You can't just start with the hard stuff and not fall down. The colossus on clay feet is very unstable. The smaller steps you start with, the stronger your growth will be.
The smaller the step, the easier it is to move. You can't jump a chasm in two steps, of course, but if you go down one side and up the other... or, for example, go around it. After all, we live in a limited world where everything has an end and a beginning.
Brainstorming through denial is like this... you Take what's there and deny it as if it's not there, and you think what you're going to do. When the glare of the fire idol, blinding in the darkness, is gone, ... you will see many small hopes of stars in the night sky. Try it by giving love (time and attention) these little hopes, work out a couple of them. These paths may be different.