Sometimes when envisioning what we want, or where we want to go, or who we aspire to be, we wonder how we’re going to get there.
The gap between where we are and where we want to be can seem impossible to close.
When broken down though, the easiest way to bridge this gap is to just get a little better each day, make some sort of forward movement.
The problem with getting better, though, is that it’s uncomfortable. 
If we are learning something new, we are, by definition, out of the realm of what we already know. 
This feeling of discomfort, of being the “newb” is what holds a lot of us back from inching forward, becoming just a little  better each day.
So, feeling stupid is important.  It means you’ve pushed beyond the bubble of what you already know and are learning something new, making yourself just a little better than you were yesterday.