The first time you do something is the worst time you do something.
Because you’ve never done it before, and you have no idea what you are doing.
The second time it’s a little faster, a little better, because you can cut out all the mistakes.
The third time, you can focus on improving the quality and make it better.
The fourth time, you can look for shortcuts, to make the process faster.
After that, the changes and improvements are smaller, incremental, but constantly searching to do it better than you did it the time before.
That’s the point of repeating and learning.
And getting it really wrong to start.