If you think that you're getting good, then your standards need readjustment. I've long noticed that truly good people tend to be aware of how they could improve. (Else they would have long ago stopped improving...)

UPDATE: At least one person's private response suggests that people think this node was meant to be insulting. That is not so. I'm commenting on the phenomena that becoming proud of how good you are is a quick way to ensure that you get no better. See What you refuse to see, is your worst trap for a longer essay of mine on that general theme.


In reply to Re: Reading the manual and knowing if you are getting good by tilly
in thread Reading the manual and knowing if you are getting good by ghenry

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