Relax, It is not that difficult. Read the directions, read them again. Start your brew and read the directions. Continue brewing, sanitize everything that will touch the wort after the boil. Read the directions again. Finish the boil and make sure to cool the wort to pitching temperature before pitching the yeast.
Now wait. It may take a few days before you see fermentation.
Now wait some more.
Make sure fermentation is finished before the next step. If the directions say to transfer to secondary after 5-10 days you now have a choice you can make. Use a hydrometer for 2 readings 2 days apart. If they are the same you can 1) transfer to secondary, 2) bottle, 3) leave in primary for another 2-3 weeks then bottle. Many, including myself, feel this gives the yeast time to clean up and lets sediment fall out of solution.
After bottling wait some more. It will take about 3 weeks for the bottles to carbonate properly then another day or longer in the fridge.
This sounds intimidating but it is not as bad as it sounds. If you can cook from a recipe you can brew.
The hardest part most new brewers find is leaving the beer alone for the time it takes to ferment and then condition.