Want to be a Creative Genius? Your Goal Should be Progress, Not Perfection
Thomas Oppong

A problem with the constant pursuit of perfection is that it often will not allow for tangents. If the end goal is singular and you refuse to alter that vision as you’re creating the path you are likely dropping creative alternatives as they spin up along the way. Goals should be broad to allow room for growth and transition.

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