I really liked the idea of creative discontent. There is something to be said about people that have the humility to recognize that they, too, have room to grow. Only after recognizing our shortcomings can we initiate change. We can accomplish great things and pretty much anything we set our mind to by fostering our creativity and seeking excellence in everything we do.
I see creative discontent as a good thing because it forces us to continually assess how we do things and figure out new ways to make them better. That’s where the creative component comes in; it encourages us to constantly innovate and to never settle for mediocrity.