It’s easy to do the things that don’t challenge you, don’t push you, don’t force you to rethink what you are doing, and give you that boost of what you are good at.
It’s much harder to realize you’re not good at everything, that one thing you are struggling with, you are struggling with for a reason because it’s not easy.
That “thing” you working on, you might be the only one working on it and everyone might be staring at you wondering why you are working on it, because it’s tricky, because it’s tough but in the end you know it’s going to pay off.
So don’t stop just because it’s awkward, just because it feels rough, that’s when you know you’re making progress when you’re falling and having to push yourself to get back up and into it.
Want more? Check out my book Code Your Way Up – available as an eBook or Paperback on Amazon (CAN and US). I’m also the co-host of the Remotely Prepared podcast.