The Problem With Wanting Everything To Be Perfect

Wanting everything to be perfect, isn’t that something good? In theory yes, but in practical, not necessarily.

It’s like competing in a marathon. You can’t possibly sprint throughout the race.

There are times where you are required to speed up and there are where which you are required to slow down. The key is to know when to speed up and when to slow down.

Obtaining perfection requires an immense amount of time, energy, and resources. Therefore, it is more appropriate to invest more of them to the tasks that are truly require to be perfect.

As for the other tasks that don’t require perfection, it would be better to direct some of the time, energy, and resources, towards those tasks that really require perfection.

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