PolakoVoador wrote:I'm in a position with far more responsabilities than I've ever had before. It seems to me that everybody starts out just sort of winging it until they learn to do it properly, and/or to be convincing enough that people believe you know what you're doing.When I started at my current job, soon I had to make phone calls to our clients, something I've never done before. I was totally nervous imagining they would say or ask something I wasn't prepared for and that I would screw up.Sooner than you expect, things will come naturally to you as you learn and get used to this sort of activity.
Impossible stuff becomes routine pretty quickly.
Of course later on you get so used to it that you forget that you learned anything at all.
You assume that reformatting a computer or making up media is something everyone knows how to do.