This is all just a skill

“What if I’m not good at this?”

“What if I can’t figure it out?”

“What if this ends up not being for me?”

If you’ve ever even thought about starting your own business…

Chances are you’ve asked yourself one of these questions.

We doubt ourselves all the time.

You might’ve heard me call this “head trash” before.

Because, well..

It’s trash that fills up our head, and stops us from doing the things we dream of!

And it’s something I hear all the time from my students inside DSF too.

Even people who’ve already been in the program for months still ask themselves these questions!

No one’s immune to these questions.

It’s something I still struggle with after years in this business.

But here’s the GOOD news I wanted to share with you today:

At the end of the day… 

All of this stuff is nothing but a skill!

Something that can be learned, practiced and mastered over time.

It’s just that, unfortunately as humans…

We have a bad habit of making things more complicated than they need to be.

But I can promise you…

Learning DSF or any other biz model out there…

Is no different than learning how to ride a bike!

Or learning how to fish.

Or figuring out how to make some repairs around the house.

And I’m the perfect example of this!

I’ve never been good with computers.

I never studied marketing.

I knew nothing about websites or social media.

But I saw that other people just like me were able to make this work.

People who also started from zero, and had no relevant experience.

And so I figured…

Why can’t I do the same?

Sure, maybe I had it a little bit harder than others.

A 25 year old computer whiz will have an advantage over someone like me at first.

But with time, anything can be learned.

And so if you’ve ever struggled with those kinds of questions I mentioned at the start of this email…

Take a step back and remember that all you’re doing is learning a SKILL!

It doesn’t need to be more complicated than that.

Nor should it be.

And personally, reminding myself of this has helped me stick with things and be consistent.

If you learned how to ride a bike…

You can learn how to do this 🙂

It might sound silly, but there really is no difference.

And don’t let anyone (yourself included) tell you otherwise!

Ok, that’s all I have for you today.

Hopefully this helps if you’ve ever struggled with “head trash” like me.

Enjoy the rest of your day!

Your brother in Christ,


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