For a long time, I loathed PVP. We're not just talking I wish I was better at PVP. We're talking frothing rage hatred. I was not inherently good at it, I didn't think I needed to gear or talent any differently for it, and my unwillingness to prepare ensured that I would never enjoy it. As a hunter, I was always an early target and would die (at least in my mind) more than anyone else in every BG I set foot in.
One year, while doing the holiday achievement where you need to rack up honorable kills while wearing the gnome disguise from Dalaran, I actually went four times through Alterac Valley back-to-back, getting killed (and losing the disguise) before getting even one HK, all four times. Shouting at my poor defenseless computer, snapping at my Ventmates, throwing things, logging off in a huff ... All this and more was the norm when I tried to PVP. It has taken a lot of reading articles, practicing different approaches, and most importantly, long, deep breaths accompanied by trips to my happy place to get to where I can go do Tol Barad without it being my final gaming action of the evening.
Now that my PVP's in a better place, my next horizon is cash flow. Most of my army of alts have stalled in the lower levels, and my crafting empire has not yet been realized. My main is a dual crafter, and his farmer couldn't keep up when Cataclysm hit, so the professions stalled. Repairs, gems, and enchants are enough to eat up my income from dailies more often than not. I can generally cover my basic needs -- food, flasks, and whatnot -- but I feel pretty much broke, all the time.
Everyone has some area of the game that they feel less than confident in, would like to improve upon, or at the very least, wish didn't make them feel like a noob or an incomplete player. I took the liberty of going first, and you're among friends here -- so what's your Achilles' heel? What part of your WoW experience just isn't where you want it to be?