get it done

i once heard… even if it looks bad get it done!

what it is talking about is not about doing things sub standard but rather about actually finishing a task. This is not the same as procrastination i don’t feel. This is more about perfectionism , or worry or redoing the same thing over and over in the hope you are making it better.

Fear of failure?

Maybe it is that, maybe we don’t want to admit that we are wrong sometimes that it is ok to be wrong. Maybe we are worried that the world might end if the message is not received correctly … i have found that the world is not so worried about it … and you should not be as well.

If and when it can be batter then you can do it. but get it out there. That is why there is updates to software and phones and changes to products. If the things stayed in the warehouse till it was 100 % or perfect then we would never have things… Like the PS3 it came out big and bulky … i tad bit of a mess … but the fixed it up and now it is slim and smooth. have you realized how many times some soda can or ice cream logos change? not the main name but how it looks.

So instead of taking that extra week that you don’t actually have …maybe it is worth saying this is my product, what are your thoughts.

now im finished


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"once you have decided what you believe; know that the truth is also out there" - J I Heeley

“Dream no small dreams for they have no power to move the hearts of men” –Johann Wolfgang Goethe



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