Perfection

Why You Can't Be a Perfectionist and Be an Entrepreneur

When combining the traits and expectations of a perfectionist with the stresses and processes of being an entrepreneur, it's not a good mix.

Kamila Gornia

· 6 min read

'Good Enough' Is Fine for Getting Started but It's Not a Worthy Goal

Entrepreneurs can afford neither perfectionism nor complacency.

William Bauer

· 3 min read

These 2 Questions Will Help You Recognize When 'Good Enough' Really Is

Confident people strive for excellence. Insecure people fixate on perfection.

AmyK Hutchens

· 8 min read

Wonder Women Focus on Progress, Not Perfection

Leading disruption is a never-ending and iterative journey. You can't move forward if you keep waiting for perfection.

Patti Fletcher

· 5 min read

Entrepreneurs, Here's How to Permanently Kick Your Perfectionism to the Curb

For far too many struggling entrepreneurs, the pursuit of perfection is what ultimately does them in.

Lucas Miller

· 5 min read

You Don't Need to Be Perfect

As John Steinbeck once said, 'And now that you don't have to be perfect, you can be good.'

Lewis Howes

· 1 min read

Jeff Stephens

· 5 min read

11 Mistakes Standing Between You and Your First Million

Change the way you think about money and success, and you're halfway there.

John Rampton

· 6 min read

6 Bad Habits You Must Break to Succeed

You can't outwork unhealthy patterns. The best way to ditch a bad habit is to embrace a good one in its place.

Murray Newlands

· 5 min read

Not Much Grows Under the Cloud of Perfectionism

How one team discovered a better way to strive for perfection by letting go of their fear of failure.

Peter Diamond

· 5 min read

Perfection Is the Greatest Obstacle to Productivity

To quote LinkedIn founder Reed Hoffman, 'if you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you've launched too late.'

Charlie Harary

· 4 min read

How Perfectionism Is Sabotaging Your Business

Author and researcher Jane Bluestein explains the problems with chasing perfection, and how to avoid them.

Ann C. Logue

· 2 min read