This particular excerpt is from "Tips and Topics" and seems particularly relevant:
"Remember when you started a new job, questioning your competence? Am I doing the right thing? The more you stressed about achieving the right outcome, the less you were present in the moment to actually notice what you were doing. The result? Getting tangled up, more anxious, only proving to yourself your level of incompetence. As a practice, Mindfulness changes your view of a mistake- it's a new discovery, not something to beat yourself up with. You have learned something about yourself; that learning guides you to do something differently next time. So stay present and notice in the moment what you are doing or thinking. Make new discoveries!"
I feel like lately I question my competence on a daily basis! What a wonderful reminder to be present and learn from these "new discoveries". On this Tuesday may you embrace the learning and stay present in your daily work whether you have been at your job for 4 weeks or 4 years.