Put yourself in permanent beta mode. Treat every setback not as a failure, but as valuable data.
This is How to Never Fail at Anything Ever Again
Patrik Edblad

This is a mindset I recently adopted, and I am feeling much better about the things I do. In the past, I would never quite finish projects. I’d have great ideas, and see them through to about 80%, and then self doubt would set in. I’d start thinking things like, “No one is going to like this.” Or, “There are already better options out there.”

Now, I tend to go live with things at 80% to see how they do. But I don’t stop there. I immediately begin tracking progress and evaluating the results. I look at what works, and what doesn’t and adjust accordingly.

It feels SO much better!

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