Don't be above it. RTFM.
The most experienced person can still learn something from the novice, even if it's just something as simple as remembering how the novice sees and experiences the world.
Reading manuals is often boring, repetitive, and a bit of a sloth...especially if you've already got 'experience'.
But, if you put in the work, I guarantee you that you'll pick up at least one powerful nugget.
This approach is simple and available to everyone, but very few take advantage of it...and that is why it's one of the key things that separates the 'good' from the 'great'.
And while I was originally thinking about this point from a developer’s perspective, it’s actually true in business and life in general as well.
Don’t be above the conversations and thoughts of ‘normal’ people who might not be the ‘expert’ or have that ‘experience’ that you do…because you never know what new insight, perspective, or nugget of knowledge they might surface for you.
So put in the work. Read the manual. Power through the sloth. Have the conversations. Listen to what people think & say.
Don't be above it...and you just might level up from good to great.