I've mentioned this previously, but one of the main reasons I keep this blog is to keep myself in check. To welcome constructive criticism.
Initially it's purpose was to summarize my notes in a relatively coherent manner so that I can revert back to them for studying purposes. It then became an avenue to share knowledge for the benefit of others (some of you might have noticed that I rarely write info pieces - not because they're not valuable, but more so because everyone else is doing it). Occasionally I'll summarize a research article and often I'll review or summarize a course I attended. I can't say I'm always proud of it, but if you've been here before, you'll know that some of my posts are rants.
But again, one of the main purposes of this site is for my own benefit. To seek criticism. If I've written something incorrectly or if my thought processes are off the mark, then (hopefully) someone out there will call me on it.
This is important. Not only for myself but for anyone and everyone I work with.
So for many of you out there, I humbly ask you to seek out criticism. Because as Debbie Millman states in the video below, the most important thing to know, is when we don't know what we don't know.