Guess what! We all suck starting out. We're not very good at what we do until we do the work necessary to become really great at what we do. That means if you want to be an entrepreneur, you have to start. You have to first suck at what you do, before you can become good at what you do.
Sure, some people have natural raw talent, but that doesn't mean that they don't fail along the way. Many people with raw talent actually fail miserably while mediocre players go on to be really great at what they do.
Success has more to do with tenacity and passion then it does with ability. Many people who have tremendous ability waste that ability because they never take a chance, or worse, interfere with others to hold them back from doing really great work.
I don't have any real raw natural talent at anything, but I am tenacious and I'm passionate about what I do. When I get that burning desire, look out because I will do what I set my mind to and nobody will stop me, in the end, they often wish they got on board.
The truth is that I have really sucked at most everything I have ever started doing, but I just did it. That's what makes me a serial entrepreneur. The way I see it, I don't have a choice not to move forward.
Never let the fact that you're not good at something keep you from doing what you want to do. Free yourself and move forward so you can make your dreams come true. There is no greater opportunity to build your confidence then to tackle something that you suck at and end up doing really well.
We really do all suck starting out. Don't let that stop y0u from living your entrepreneurial dream.