We rarely know exactly what we’re doing.
And this is a good thing:
Uncertainty gives you permission to ask “what if”, to tinker, to wonder, and to wander — all activities that have paved the way for valuable discoveries like penicillin, chocolate chip cookies, and x-rays.
There’s no need to purport to know what you’re doing; instead have confidence that you will figure things out and learn along the way.
Express your uncertainty with pride — own it — and welcome the possibilities it creates.