When you get far enough along the spectrum that you really know the difference between bad and good, and how much there is to know, and that you will always be surprised, and are convinced you’re nothing more than mediocre— that’s when you’re at your best. That’s when you get the best results. You’ve put in your 10,000 hours. You’ve become the person everyone considers a master. Conversely, you wake up knowing there is no such thing. You’re only a master because you never stop learning.
— ROBERT HOEKMAN JR, EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: HOW TO BECOME A UX LEADER REGARDLESS OF YOUR ROLE