Absolutely agree Anne. In part of the article I spoke about how when you're so focused on a single distant peak, you don't recognise and appreciate what's all around you. It's like being up amongst beautiful mountains and some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world, and not enjoying being there because you're entirely focused on not
being at the very peak.
Also, when you move towards mastery, in my experience you do
enjoy creating more, because it flows better. You don't get stuck and frustrated not knowing how to do something or not having the skills to move forward every five minutes. You have the experience to let your creativity unfold more fluidly and in a more rewarding and expressive way. That only comes from practice (and a lot of playing around and having fun!) : )