Perfect or good enough?

Posted: March 22, 2008 in how-to

20080321-chippedcup.png has a nice little article on the difference between creating the perfect result and one that is good enough. Good enough is not half-assed, as the author Dustin Wax calls it – it’s about producing a result by not spending the same time on gaining another 1-2% by polishing it as you have spent on getting to the point in the first place of wanting to polish it. Some suggestions for being realistic why successful: good planning, good self-confidence, embracing mistakes and ‘putting your best foot forward’. Nothing earth-shattering, just good reminders and therefore worthwhile quickly brushing up on them.

[via Lifehacker]


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