Perfect is not a destination.
It’s a roadblock and excuse to set yourself up for failure. So, it is time to STOP it!
I was on a flight earlier this week and was sitting behind a person who spent 2 hours fidgeting and messing with everything they could possibly touch or control.
Chair back, chair up.
Head rests bent up, head rests bent down.
The air vent open, air vent closed.
Stand up, sit down.
It was driving me and everyone else around her absolutely crazy!
Finally, a flight attendant came to our rescue and asked the woman if she needed some help. Her response?
“No I’m just trying to get the perfect position and comfort level.”
It made me think of the many times in life and business I sweated over every little detail, made change after change because I didn’t feel something was perfect or ready.
As men and women who are difference makers, we need to realize that our life and business are not measured by our ability to be perfect.
When we believe...