Accept and admit the lack of one's current ability/experience, and then improve it - everyone will find their own shortcomings every day, and it is a good thing to find shortcomings so that they can know where to improve. If you find your shortcomings, don't cry, don't hide, don't cover-up. Strong people accept their weaknesses and take the initiative to iterate. Don’t stay in the complaint and feeling of powerlessness after discovering the problem, think about “what is the solution to this situation”, “since the situation is like this, what can I do”, and then try it yourself, or propose to the boss.
Trust me, your boss will be very happy. At least see that you are working hard. Over time, you will find that your circle of influence and competence is getting bigger and bigger, and you will always have a positive and problem-solving attitude towards life. You may say, what if you do this instead of being scolded or thankless? With the special leads feeling of "I got nothing to lose", let yourself go for it. When I was in my 20s, I used to comfort myself, "I will if it's a big deal." For example, when I saw a lot of company problems, I made a PPT for several weekends doing research and strategy, and sent it directly to my boss and said, I see that you have the following growth problems now, this is my plan, I can help you can see if it is useful of the ordinary product manager, and the team leader.
Of course, I spent a lot of time going in. I am also worried about whether I will make my own decisions by doing this, but I have thought about "the big deal is to be ignored or laughed at", "the big deal is to be fired, then I will change jobs, I am still young and the salary is low, but if I don't go I will regret it later, I got nothing to lose". 63. Even if the last point fails, set up a small topic for yourself and study it on weekends. The experience and abilities left behind are all mine, and the boss will not disapprove of me because of this, but will only think that I am a very proactive person. But no one else would have imagined that I would do a lot of research and planning on my own without anyone asking me to do something like me, thinking ahead of time about what my boss didn't expect.