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Have you ever took a while to think about "Profession" or "Professional"?
Well, I am not talking about "Prefessor".
OK, you may be a very professional person in your job.But you may also be a very awful dad or mom in your family.
You may be a very talented programmer, but that doesn't mean your design will be widely accepted.
Emil Stenström, who owns the "frendly bit" web site, said "I’ve seen many sites that have great code but that still makes me want to kill someone. Don’t confuse good web developers with good coders. “Don’t be a rotten standardista” as Molly Holzschlag would put it."
Think about that. No one is professional in all the things. It's true that you may be a professional in some area(s), you you may be quite awful in lots of other areas.
Be more humble for all the things, even for the area which you are already a professional.