We often think if doesn't feel good it must not be right. Let me explain this because I do always say "only do what feels good" and don't want you to get the wrong idea. I look at "feeling good" from two different perspectives in business.
1. There is the "this is so hard. I want to pass out when I think about speaking in front of hundreds of people but I know I want to do it"
2. And then there is the "speaking totally isn't for me. My people connect through writing. It feels so good to be confident in this and just deliver writing to them and anything else would be out of alignment".