Have patience. All things are difficult before they become easy. – Saadi
Everyone stinks at first.
My favorite example of this is walking.
When a young child begins to walk, we cheer them on.
We help them and keep them safe, but we don’t discourage their progress by expecting them to get it right the first time.
We expect lots and lots of mistakes.
We encourage them to work through the failures and missteps.
We cheer them on when they take the first few tentative steps.
As you learn and grow, do the same for yourself.
Don’t expect perfection, encourage mistakes and next attempts. Celebrate the small victories.
Make it a great day.