Many teams approach routine activities with a beginner's mind mentality—as if encountering recurring tasks for the first time—to find new solutions to old problems. But without knowledge retention, teams usually repeat past mistakes, waste time, and run in circles. Each project provides valuable insights and experiences, but unfortunately, teams often fail to record and preserve this knowledge. Not capturing and documenting this information forces teams to reinvent the wheel every time, wasting valuable resources. Therefore, it's crucial to establish a system for preserving knowledge, enabling teams to build upon past achievements, preventing them from falling into a state of iterative stagnation, and continuously improving their processes and outcomes.