TITLE: "You Are Here"
AUTHOR: Eugene Wallingford
DATE: August 26, 2017 12:02 PM
This graph illustrates one of the problems that afflicts me as a
writer. Too often, I don't have the confidence (or gumption) to
start writing until I reach the X.
By that time in the learning cycle, downhill momentum is significant.
It's easier not to write, either because I figure what I have to say
is old news or because my mind has moved on to another topic.
I am thankful that other people share their learning at the top of
created the above image for one of her many fine essays. I came
upon it in David Chapman's
Ignorant, Irrelevant, and Inscrutable.
The blue X is mine.