I've read often - been told almost as often - that a writer should just write; get the words out and on the page and then edit later. That's what rough drafts are for.
I've never really been successful at that. I edit as I go - I pretty much HAVE TO edit as I go. If my brain perceives what I've written as 'wrong', it short circuits and refuses to move forward.
Well, in an effort to move things along, I tried to 'just write'. I forced myself to just push onward even though my brain was telling me to stop, that it was wrong, to back up and fix it. I didn't. I ignored it and kept going...
And now I'm hopelessly stuck. I can't move forward. I can't fix what's there. My brain just flipped me the biggest bird and has left the building.
So now what?
No one can tell you the "right" way to write. It doesn't matter how successful they are. Only you
can find what works best for you
If your current process isn't working, or working as well as you'd like, try something different. Listen to other authors for what works for them. See if it works better or worse for you. If it works better, keep it. If it works worse, jettison it.
Try another something different until you find what feels natural and what works best to achieve your goals.
Only you can decide what your goals are. And no one can force you to do anything -- except you.
(unless, of course, Loki uses that magic wand thingy of his to make you do stuff, but that's a whole different universe so...