I know it but I forget it often. To do good work in the studio you sort of have to live in your studio. You have to be in there doing what you do enough that your second nature kicks in and you can relax and work and see the things you need to see and feel the freedom to try the things you want to try. The only way I have found to make that work is by putting in the time. Maybe that's just me? Oh, also I'm feeling good about where this piece is going.