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Perfection, the enemy of entrepreneurship

There’s a saying that goes: “the perfect is the enemy of the good”. When we start a new project we want everything to turn out perfect.  This is based on the need to perpetuate an image that projects excellence, superiority and perfection and within all this, perfectionism is evident, however, this is one of the main causes that make us feel so stressed, anxious or dissatisfied sometimes.  Many times, the search for perfection paralyzes our progress.

It’s very difficult for a new development, be it a product or service, to be perfect.  It’s practically impossible for something to turn out perfect the very first time, no matter how much we planned for it. 

If we look for perfection above all, some new thing will always come up that will delay us because everything is able to be perfected, everything will turn into an excuse for not launching our projects.  It’s also not about jumping into an adventure without considering...

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Avoid perfection, get great results

It’s probably happened to you, your goal is to do a project or to accomplish something you’ve always dreamed of, but after a while you feel stuck looking for perfection and you put it aside because you have to have everything done perfectly each step of the way.  And if this happened to you, you probably stopped working on the project and it’s still not finished! What is better, to keep working on it even if it’s not perfect, or to have everything done to perfection before going on?

Some goals can be vague, or so large that we don’t know where to start.  We may feel overwhelmed and feel like we don’t have the time or the resources to achieve them, or it may be that we are adopting someone else’s dreams and goals and that they are not what we really want, or that we are not willing to begin because we are afraid we will fail.  But as human beings we are imperfect and that is what makes us unique.

Perfection should never be our...

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