Guess what? You are never good at something the first time you do it. I bet no one ever told you that, who would say you sucked right? John Maxwell, one of the absolute best leaders, speakers and motivators said the first (several) times he did a speech he was awful. He THOUGHT he did OK until he saw the recording. I remember him saying he would have gotten up and walked out if he was in the audience lol. My point is that you cannot let fear of not being "good" deter you from your goals or doing something you want to do. I'll tell you why, because chances are you aren't going to be good. You have to do your best, fix what didn't work, prepare, practice and try again. Then you continue that process over and over again. If you aren't willing to fail and learn from it, you may as well give up now. It's all in the mindset. Instead of getting discouraged, upset or disappointed make it an asset. A tool in your toolbox if you will. Isn't this what we teach our kids? Don't give up. Keep practicing and try again. Why is it OK for us to preach this to them but not put it to practice in put own lives and business?