My cousin learned to solve Rubiks cubes recently. While we were hanging out, somebody else picked up the cube started fiddling around with it.
They solved one side and were proud of figuring that out, but my cousin pointed out that solving just one side wasn't enough to solve the whole thing.
"It's not just about solving one side, it's about using systems and algorithms."
Naively solving one side of a Rubiks cube can leave you stranded, without a way forward.
Instead, establishing and following systems is critical for ultimate success.