It's not just a possibility. It's very likely.
It's possible that you're going to get it right the very first time. But not very likely.
It's a lot more likely that you're going to get it right after the second, third, fourth or maybe even fifth time.
But there's no guarantee that it's ever going to work out.
The problem is that we only hear about the people who got it right the very first time.
We never hear about that time when it didn't work out.
The story of the one time hero is a lot more compelling. It generates a lot more clicks.
It creates the (false) hope that you just need to go out there, do your thing and it'll work out right away.
Again it's possible. But not very likely.
Hope sells. Hope generates clicks.
Hard work doesn't sell as well.
So what story are you more likely going to click and read?
“College dropout made his first millions after 6 months!” or “Guy worked 15 hours a day for 10 years and made millions”...?
Again, both scenarios are possible.
You just have to choose the one that best prepares you for the ride ahead...