18 years ago, I started studying exercise at University.
14 years ago, I graduated with a degree.
13 years and 364 days ago, I thought I had all the answers. I dangerously believed that I "knew enough."
13 years and six months ago, I got my first client. When I sat down to write The Perfect Training Program, I stopped feeling as if I were wearing a laurel wreath. I got scared: what was I doing?
That's when I started learning.
No one asked me, but just in case this drips through to you: you've just begun. You have foundational knowledge - we're letting you drive a car on city streets. You should be writing articles, and trying things on your friends. You probably shouldn't be writing angry emails to editors of local newspapers who dared to publish a story on "the latest weight-loss craze" (the subject of mine was caffeine pills.)
You will never know 'enough.' Do not be satisfied. Answers that were once correct will not remain that way forever; answers that are 'wrong' today may someday be the best course of action. No teacher has all the answers; sometimes the answers will change; most of the questions haven't yet been asked.
Your work has just begun.