There is a strange concept that people mistakenly hold dear when they don’t know what to do.
“I’ll figure it out eventually. I just need to power through.”
Why? Did you embrace that attitude when you first learned to walk, read, ride a bike? No, of course not. It’s in our nature to look to others with more experience to guide us, teach us, and learn from their example.
Learning a new skill does not need to be difficult to be worthwhile. You don’t get extra points for struggling.
So, find a mentor. Take a class. Read a book. And get support where you can.
It’s as easy as taking that first step.