Hey, I am what they call the "New Kid". I am fresh out high school and never had a chance to be in a real kitchen. My cooking experience is solely based on outside cooking such as BBQ and grilling. So I have never had "indoor cooking." I am finally getting a summer job in a kitchen working for summer camp where I will be cooking for the groups that comes in. Other than that I have NO workforce experience. Even though I do not know much about the professional world, I have read and studied, and even done research papers on it for class on the "Life Of A Chef". Needless to say, I know the challenges,ladder climbing, and I know what its gonna take. My problem? Is confidence. Training our knife skills we had to do several "prep" cuts. I struggled with some of them I could not cut the basic cubes, they always come out to thin, or to bulky. I could not get my cuts right. When we cooking I struggle and I start getting nervous. My confidence is shot in my classes but I love cooking. Sometimes I even question if I am in the right field. I was just wondering if their is anybody out their that feel the same way, or have felt this way, or how to help with this. Thank you.