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Unlearning Is an Underrated Skill

When you let go of the wrong lessons you’ve picked up throughout your life, you’ll find new possibilities

Image: The Man of Confusion (1939) by Paul Klee (German, 1879–1940)/Artvee

Six years ago, product designer Andrei Herasimchuk wrote of an earlier time when he learned the wrong lesson during his career at Adobe. Early into his career as a designer, he had built a prototype over the weekend and a few days…

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Herbert Lui

Herbert Lui

Covering the psychology of creative work for content creators, professionals, hobbyists, and independents. Author of Creative Doing: https://www.holloway.com/cd

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