I've heard the same thing from almost every writer whenever I ask a question or read an answer, and that thing is : "Just keep writing. It doesn't matter what it will be, because you can edit it later." I know it's the real strategy of writing, I can feel it. But honestly, I'm tired of hearing it.
And whenever I tried to do that, I always get distracted and try to make things better even I haven't finish writing the whole plot outline.
Is there any secret, rules, or anything that could make me not worried about the things that I write and just keep on going to a race?