I was thinking about the saying "It's just like riding a bicycle" today, and I realized that there's a lot to be learned from this statement.
When you're learning to ride a bike, it doesn't come easy. You have to start slow, use training wheels, receive support from other people, fall and scrape your knees a few times, until eventually, you can ride free and fast—and it eventually becomes second nature enough for us to use it as a metaphor for something that comes natural.
The point, though, is that it takes time, effort, and many falls when learning to ride a bicycle before it becomes "just like riding a bicycle," and we need to make the time and effort to get to that place.
Many of us want to move fast, start riding without the training wheels, without the hard work and scrapes along the way, but the reality is that the hard work is what makes the work eventually become second nature.
So remember: mastering the creative bicycle takes time and hard work before it become intuitive and easy.
So keep at it. Keep riding. Keep working. And it'll happen sooner or later. Learn to ride the creative bike now. It will pay off later.