The idea of being a beginner may be enough to put you off starting something new especially if you use social media. These days everyone is an expert at something and if that something is the thing you want to try out you might end up feeling like there isn’t room for someone new.
However, the feeling may also be fear related, perhaps you’re afraid of showing up in a space as a beginner or someone with little experience when everyone else is more established and more experienced.
But it’s important to remember that you have to start from somewhere, everyone was once a beginner.
You don’t need to show up as an expert when you’re just starting out and you don’t need to worry about whether there is room for you, just show up as someone who is ready to learn.
When doing something new, if you don’t do it well or you face challenges along the way, you might find yourself feeling frustrated.
Sometimes, that feeling you get will determine your willingness to do the thing again and effect how much effort you put in.
Finding it difficult in the beginning might even cause you to believe that you’ll never get it.
However, often the case is that you just need to do it a few more times until it becomes more familiar.
Then in time it’ll become easier.
Do it now.
There are 100 cliches about the right time to begin
You’ve heard them, I’ve heard them and sometimes i even write them.
But the truth is now is really as good a time as any.
If you think something is worth putting off and doing later instead, ask yourself why.
Do you genuinely have more work to do behind the scenes. More planning, learning and preparing.
Or are you using it as an excuse to hide.
You don’t have to wait until you’re perfect to start putting stuff out out there, learn to see the beauty in your growth.
You say you’ll do it later but later may never come, so why not do it now?
With 2019 on its way out, now is the perfect time to start tying up loose ends.
October marks the beginning of the last quarter and I think the next few months are going to be pretty important.
Now is a great time to do things you’ve been putting off, resolve any issues and have those much needed conversations.
But I also think it’s a great time to think about what you want moving forward.
Maybe do a life audit and figure out what’s not working and what is. What do you want more of in your life?
Once December comes around it’s easy to get caught up in the flurry of sequins, sparkles and soirees (and potentially snow), dinners, drinks and dancing.
Then suddenly it’s 2020 and you’ve spent the first few weeks as a floaty thing with no real sense of direction and you have no idea what you want for the year ahead.
So, now might be perfect time to start your process of closing out the year.
And if you’re not convinced, just think about how good it will feel.