Thu, 08/29/2019 – 17:31
In my opinion, there’s nothing in the world quite like learning a new skill. It’s a huge rush figuring out how to do something you didn’t know how to do before. You start with the basics, and then once you’ve got the gist of it, you begin to improve. Over time you’ll get better at it, and you’ll get faster at it. Aside from just improving your abilities, your confidence level might change too. This process can go a few different ways. One is imposter syndrome, where you feel like a fraud that doesn’t know what they’re doing. The other is overconfidence, where you think that your skills are better than they are. Be it due to imposter syndrome, overconfidence, or just plain ol’ inexperience; you’re bound to make some mistakes. And we don’t wanna make mistakes, do we?