So I'm reading this book at the moment. Great read by the way.
He touches on a subject that we, Corne (my friend) and I, have been talking about for a while.
The myth of the so called 'expert'.
Kleon writes in short that the world is moving too fast for anyone to still be an expert.
So this is great, because we can all learn together, and I think should whack us with some much needed humility.
This is not so great, in that we lack the experience that comes with someone working in a organisation for 30 years.
The road, I assume, is not that we all need become 10 000 hour experts, but that we all need to become 10 000 hour amateurs. Learning and perfecting our craft with humility and childlike wonder till the day we die.
I am a flâneur, which basically means I spend a lot of time in coffee shops watching the world go by.