Question is pretty straightforward. My mathematics is sloppy, and I recognize my inaptitude in that my proofs are more or less too intuitive. My diagnosis dictates the fact that I attack a problem directly, which produces a, in principle, sloppy result.
How do I proceed in making a preliminary sketch of various increasing stages of rigor from a very general outline to the actual rigorous proof? There mus be a way to proceed, rather than waiting for the Eureka effect to strike for every single problem that I have, and produce an insufficient result.