How to Become the Best in the World at What You Do
Benjamin P. Hardy
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Excellent insights Benjamin! Your point about willingness to be an amateur is so bang on. I’ve usually struggled with paralysis by analysis while trying to achieve perfection. I find it difficult to accept medium quality when I know I’m capable of doing better. Theoretically I understand the value of what they call Minimum Viable Product but trying to be perfect hampers the implementation. Your article was really helpful to see things from a different and better perspective. Thanks a lot! Keep up the great work!

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