Thought of the Week
"Make the most of inexperience. A beginner has a fresh perspective. They don't know how things 'should' be done, and haven't yet become entrenched in a particular method.
It's important to avoid becoming an expert, specialist, or authority. An expert constantly refers to past experience. Whatever has worked in the past, they repeat. They turn knowledge in a repetitive ritual. Their expertise becomes a straitjacket. Furthermore, experts claim to have many years of experience. What they actually have is one year's experience repeated many times."
Excerpt from The Art of Creative Thinking book