Don’t you know better by now?

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13 Responses to Don’t you know better by now?

  1. Greg says:

    interestingly enough, quality continues to go up with increased experience, regardless of adherence to the rules. some people throw out the rules when they begin, and their work is poor. experience teaches how rules can be

  2. GDS says:

    You forgot the data points: “Teenage Poets” on the left, “Editors” in the middle, and “Real Poets” on the right.

  3. Mike says:

    1 year person – Are you coming? This is a manditory meeting.

    30 year me – Sign me in will ya’?

  4. Cap'n Phealy says:

    “Any fool can make a rule. And any fool will mind it.” – Henry David Thoreau.

  5. Stephen says:

    This is really good. Thank you.

  6. Johannes says:

    That’s great, thanks Jessica.
    Just wonder if it is really “adherence to rules” or “will to adhere to rules” – I’ve seen too many guys especially on the left of the graph that had oh so many reasons why they were constantly postponing the start of the revolution…

  7. Karoline says:

    Oh, yes. Experience tells us when and how to bend the rules and still be efficient and successful.
    Very insightful, thank you!

  8. streetpc says:

    Understand the rules, so that you know why you break them.

  9. Jacky Cheng says:

    this so really true, especially in that of sports. the most skilled players that stand way out above others tend to become the most flashy.

  10. EEKaWILL says:

    “Understand the rules, so that you know why you break them.”
    Now that is the truth!!

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