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pinkyusuck November 1st, 2013 1:46pm

Consistently striving for anything less than perfection is: A. Fine or B. Lazy

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suppressedID That is my secret Cap
11/01/13 8:39 am

Perfection is the enemy of done.

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pinkyusuck The Carribean. I wish.
11/01/13 11:00 am

Not necessarily. Sometimes you have to accept the imperfections of this particular effort, and resolve to do the next effort better, thereby working your way closer to perfection with each completed effort.
But you're still striving for perfection.

TierasPet
11/01/13 8:05 am

Perfectionist to the hilt. And it sucks.

jvc1133 61535
11/01/13 7:11 am

Depending on your abilities do the best you can do, be satisfied

pinkyusuck The Carribean. I wish.
11/01/13 11:01 am

Sure, but the next time out, are you satisfied with last time's 'best,' or do you want to do it better than last time?

MrMilkdud
11/01/13 6:57 am

Since nothing we do can really be perfect, I think perfection is an unreasonable standard.
But I have a tendency to try to get as close to perfect as I can, when I have the time.

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pinkyusuck The Carribean. I wish.
11/01/13 11:03 am

Perfection in many things may be unattainable for many folks.
But are you satisfied with that, or do you keep trying to do [it] a little better each time?

XercesBlue ...
11/01/13 6:53 am

Realistic.. Ideally, you will strive to do the best of your abilities given the time provided. Perfection is a foolish goal in my mind. Covering all angles is a good goal, but perfection seems like you're setting yourself up to be neurotic as well as

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XercesBlue ...
11/01/13 6:53 am

Being inefficient.

pinkyusuck The Carribean. I wish.
11/01/13 11:05 am

I'm not necessarily referencing instant perfection on the first effort.
I'm asking whether it's ok to be satisfied with last time's best effort, instead of striving for a new best every time.