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If It’s Worth Doing, It’s Worth Doing Badly

Improvement takes a lot of wrong turns

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There’s no such thing as perfection. Though we like to think ‘practice makes perfect,’ it doesn’t.

Practice makes excellence.

Aiming for perfection is a ‘wild goose chase.’ You’ll never attain perfection. You’ll never get to a point where there’s nothing new to learn. And…

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