Ever given something new a go and found yourself struggling to get into a rhythm? Or maybe you just feel a bit like a fraud and you don’t really know what you’re doing? Maybe it’s a new job and suddenly starting again feels like the most humbling experience? Don’t worry, we’ve all been there, we just don’t talk about it. But sucking at something when you first start is perfectly normal, it’s all part of the process and just shows you’re stepping out of your comfort zone (which we all know is one of the best things you can do). This week we’re discussing why it’s totally fine to struggle at first, how to get your ego in check and why actually it could be a good thing to not be so great at something when you first start.
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The Bullet That Missed By Richard Osmand
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