It's all about taking many quick small risks, learning how to fix a problem, it's about clicking on the wrong thing and receiving immediate feedback until you find out what works. It's about saying a million different things until you find the right trigger. It's about risking your current work to create even greater accomplishments in the future. Not everyone prefers this method, but it sure is the best way to learn new skills, trades, and possibilities.
When you use it, others will ask you "Aren't you afraid of breaking something?" Or "Do you even know if it will work?" The answer is No. You could break something, it could fail.
But at least you found out what didn't work. And even if the method you use gives you the wrong outcome, it might be the outcome you want for future trials. Your work might come out with the wrong emotion, but it might be right emotion for the next situation.
I have not failed 10,000 times. I have successfully found 10,000 ways that will not work. - Thomas A. Edison
To learn and succeed you must risk things breaking and falling apart.
When this happens, just undo, apologize, or compensate for it.