Developing taste takes time
Marathons are fascinating. Although they have runners and a finish line, they aren’t races. It’s more of an endurance event, a test of someone’s will over the course of 26 miles. Because of its structure, certain things, “like pace,” become critical.
Experienced marathon runners know that keeping pace is important. They’ve practiced and know that they need to keep up a certain speed to stay consistent. Consequently, that consistency gets them to the end faster.
The amateur does the opposite. An amateur sees a race and speeds out ahead early. The amateur tries to “beat” the others around. As a result, this tactic results in failure at some point.
Your taste won’t be completely formed after a few weeks or even a year. It’s not a race. It’s a marathon.
Therefore, approach your “taste” like a marathon.
Focus on your taste’s pace. It needs to align with your It develops as and when you do.
See it as something that you are preparing for the long road ahead.
You’ll get there.