Just start something. How often do you not begin something or release something because you are waiting for perfection to materialise? I do that far too often and it is the reason why I have so many projects that barely had the time to sniff oxygen before I packed them away deep in my “I had a cool idea for something” drawer.
Seth Godin published a great post the other day about this sort of thing:
Waiting for the thing that cannot be improved (and cannot be criticized) keeps us from beginning.
Seth's Blog: While waiting for perfect https://t.co/QyhBQAYnvq
— Seth Godin (@ThisIsSethsBlog) March 14, 2016
Yesterday’s post titled “The slippery slope” touches on a similar theme although I don’t think I quite understand what he is saying (even though I have a feeling I agree with him):
Seth's Blog: The slippery slope https://t.co/fuNex3DEEY
— Seth Godin (@ThisIsSethsBlog) March 15, 2016
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