"I think that, to some degree, this is part of my character as a designer: To keep moving and not get stuck in my own past. This is what I try very hard to do. I think at that moment in my life, I found a peculiar path: To continually discard a lot of the things that I knew how to do in favor of finding out what I didn't. I think this is the way you stay alive professionally." –– Milton Glaser (b. 1929), American graphic designer
Source: Debbie Millman. How to Think Like a Great Graphic Designer, 2007, p. 31 via my book of commonplace.