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Don't Pursue Perfection, Pursue Progress

Perfection suggests a state of flawlessness, without any defects.

Truly perfect is becoming friendly with your imperfections on the way to doing something remarkable.

Perfection is a moving target. Its an illusion.

The real world doesn't reward perfectionist. It rewards people who get things done.

Creative professionals put so much pressure on themselves to create something that is 100% perfect.

But guess what, perfectionism is unreachable. Don’t wait until it’s perfect.

Creativity flourishes when you don’t seek perfection.

You can’t be an amazing artist if you don’t enjoy the intense process of sharing your work with the rest of us.

Perfectionism often leads to micro-managing, procrastination, low productivity, depression, stress and anxiety.

Pursuing progress allows you to celebrate each step that feels like an accomplishment, leading you to stack achievements as you grow.

Make life easier on yourself by accepting "Good Enough."

- T. Oppong

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