Finding out what you think...

Here’s one of the best things about working with other people: You find out what you think. Saying this requires admitting that I do not, previous to the above-mentioned work, know what I think. Luckily, that’s an easy enough admission for me. Trust me: When caught often enough not knowing things, the sting lessens over time to almost nothing. It’s not a business in which shame is useful. But knowing what you think-- that’s very useful. And the thing is, when you’re working all alone, typing, typing, and it’s going well and you’re feeling easy with it, it’s not a time for thinking, but rather for feeling. It can be like riding a bike down a steep hill, which is to say it’s fun, but can b

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