My daughter would say: "You don't have to tell me, I know it already."
Knowing it from the headspace is different from executing the learned skill.
There is no shortcut to creation, not mere copying, curation, critiquing, and putting on a show to mimic actual work.
Creation is the best way to release your thoughts, put it on paper, speak about in public, share it to colleagues, and get feedback when ideas are fresh and not stalled by indecision and self-doubts.
Creation stimulates new thinking. Like a muscle that is conditioned and toned, the skill will become stronger and robust over time. Like any great artist, it starts from a hundred iterations, until a better form surfaces.
Last week, I saw a great quote from an office - do not stop until you are proud of it!
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