Over the 30+ years of my career, I've always enjoyed teaching and talking to fellow photographers; my latest teaching gig is with the NYC Digital Photo Workshops (www.NYCDPW.com) where I lead a wide variety of classes. One thought I always leave students with is to, "keep asking questions". When we, as creative people, respond to something, it's not always complete in its best form at first glance. I recommend pushing yourself to try different things with the same subject, keep asking the question "what else?" What else can I try? Maybe a different lens, change my angle, use different settings, different light. Never take just one shot. Think about what you're shooting, why you're shooting it and how you can make it better. Just asking "What Else?" will improve your results.