• Richard Avery

Good now, is better than perfect later

As I talk a bout a lot, making a start is the important part. We can calibrate our trajectory once we’re moving.

Another thing to keep forward in your mind on this journey, is that something good now, is better than something perfect later.

The lingo in media is “Don’t shave that Yak”. Get on and do it now. Don’t go down a rabbit warren as before you know it, you’ll be shaving a Yak.

That’s the beauty of meaningful work. It requires you to publish regularly. It won’t be perfect all the time, but it will be good, on time, and will improve.

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