A famous dancer was once approached by a fan after a performance. The fan told her "You were excellent! Tell me, what was that you were doing?"
The dancer replied "I'm sorry. If you had to ask, that means that I did not succeed in my task. You see, everything you needed to know was in the performance."
Think of it this way: It's not that complicated.
You don't need to hear experts telling you their methods or how you should write, create, or whatever. Sure, listen to them tell you a few things. Take the info, think it over, implement what works and discard the rest.
Then spend as much time as you can watching their works. Watch films, listen to music, look at paintings, read books (better yet, copy them, word for word). You will learn everything you need to know by studying the works of others.