I know many here have taken dance lessons for many years. I think sometimes it is easy to think in terms of always needing another lesson, so then someone can tell you what you need to do next. But can that be somewhat of a trap? You've heard about posture, footwork, choreography, and so much more. And you've heard many of the same things many times. Does there come a point where you really need to make some decisions about what you know, and what dancing means to you? Obviously, you still need people to look at your dancing and give feedback sometimes, but are there limits that people often create for themselves? What have you done to decide what you know and go with it? I was inspired to write this after watching Bryan and Carmen's retirement dance where they quote Benny Tolmeyer, talk about knowing "pure Latin dance" and proceed to end where they likely started, the basic Rumba.