The Most Important Working Habit Of Hemingway: Stop At The Height of Your Day
Darius Foroux

Here is what I learned in my life. Same thing as you have mentioned but in a little different way.

  • Perfection is a point or position. It’s not quantitative it’s qualitative. Quality which we desire. A point we want to reach. Finishing line.
  • It’s something about neither being less nor in excess. Like sugar in your coffee. Even balance. Perfect.
  • Beyond perfection is failure or doom. This is what Hemingway believed and that is what I too believe. Stop when you reach perfection.
  • Perfection cannot be improved. It’s fixed. What we can do is to get closer and closer as possible.

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