Are you the sort of person that tends to want to avoid doing anything that is excessively difficult? If you are, you should know that there are a lot of reasons that could be leading to you feeling this way that don’t have all that much to do with your apparent lack of motivation or laziness if you think about it objectively. After all, people with ADHD have a really high fear of failure, or you might have other things that might make you think that you are just not capable of doing anything that requires the remotest level of skill.
If we were to take the example of welding, chances are that you feel like it is far too difficult of a thing for you to start practicing let alone master. It’s definitely true that welding is not something that anyone could actually refer to as easy, but that’s most because of the fact that it is a technical skill that you need to devote a bit of time and attention towards learning. Just because something requires a bit of effort to figure out does not mean that it is hard, it just means that it is a kind of skill that you might have to work on so that you can be sure that you are capable of doing it safely as well as effectively for the most part.
Welding is definitely difficult, but despite that putting a few months into learning it full time would get you well on your way to mastering it. You can start an amazing new career as a welder, one that allows you to work with your hands and earn some decent money too.