In chapter 8 of The Rise, Sarah Lewis provides several examples related to this notion of "the deliberate amateur." At one point, she writes, "Shelving experience to remain open to new possibilities can make an expert look elementary. Yet the gifts from assuming this posture on the unfinished path of mastery can come no other way" (148).
What example or idea did you find especially useful or compelling from Lewis's chapter? Why? Please provide a page citation.