The first fifteen minutes

by Seth Godin
Learning something new is frustrating. It involves being dumb on the way to being smart. Once we get good enough (at our tools, at our work) it's easier and easier to skip learning how to do the next thing, because, hey, those fifteen minutes are a hassle. Learning to use the new fax machine, or a different interface on the voice mail or even, yikes, a new version of Photoshop.Read the full article