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Finding Your Feet ( feeling more comfortable in what you are doing ... )

"Finding Your Feet"

You are "finding your feet" when you are learning what to do and becoming more comfortable acting in a certain type of situation.

Example: "I've only been at this job for a few months. I'm just finding my feet."

It takes time to find your feet, because you need to learn what to do and become comfortable doing it.

Example: "I was at that job for over a year before I really found my feet."

You have gained the needed skills and are performing your job well, once you have found your feet.

Example: "Don't worry about it. We will help you out until you find your feet."

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