So, today’s been a bit of a busy day, and I never quite got around to writing a full-on, regular post today. But I do have this thought that I’ve been contemplating:
Perspective is important.
You think you know about something, but until you have some real perspective on it – some personal experience or some “skin in the game” – what you know isn’t what you think you know. What really matters is how your personal experience informs that knowledge.
Sometimes, when you gain that personal experience, you’ll find you’ll learn what you didn’t know you didn’t know, and you can express things in a way you didn’t know they could be expressed.