I usually have no idea what I’m doing. I don’t know what I’m going to write next, what my next project will be, or how to do most of what I end up doing. I didn’t know how to start a blog before I did. I didn’t know how to use Twitter until I did, and I didn’t know how to run a business, but now I do.
Like most people, I spend a bunch of time doing things that I don’t know how to do, but the internet has a way of making you think that everyone knows how to do everything, when to do it, and how to make it look beautiful and amazing.
I only share this little secret to remind you that it’s ok if you have no idea what you’re doing. You’ll learn what you need to know along the way, ask for help, guess, jump, fall and get back up. When you do get back up, you might be a little bruised, but stronger and wiser.
There will still be more confusion, hesitation and fear, but you’ll have the confidence of surviving the I don’t know what I’m doing, but I’m doing it anyway experience.