Make adjustments along the way as you create. Instead of striving for a perfect end, you should aim for incremental improvements. It’s a much better goal. Stop questioning yourself and get your best work out there.
…rk is excellent and most importantly they know when to stop the unachievable pursuit of perfection. You’ve only got a finite amount of time and resources to invest in anything. It pays to allocate your limited time and resources on getting real work done.
…creative lives. Perfectionism takes away time, money, and resources. It’s an unattainable illusion. If you want to be the best at anything, you need to be the best at practicing and iterating more than anyone else and knowing when to let go. Perfection is an endless productivity loop.