You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know Until You Try To Teach What You Know

I have been a working web designer and developer since 1996. Most of what I have learned over the past 16 years has become a broad mix of muscle memory, tinkering and bad habits.

As I embark on my maiden voyage of teaching Web Multimedia Content this month, I realize how much I don’t know, and for that I am a grateful and excited.

Why? Because I have an opportunity to rate and gauge which information in my possession is useful, marketable, and worthless.

With that said, all working creative professionals should teach in one arena or another. Know what you don’t know and teach what you know, so you can effectively learn.

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By Chris

Curiosity builder. Creative instigator. Spiritual explorer. Filmmaker. Podcaster. Writer.