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Although it pains me, striving for “good enough” is a great productivity strategy.
I have blogged before about being a “recovering perfectionist” – read “Confessions of a Recovering Perfectionist” www.valeriemacleod.com/confessions-of-a-recovering-perfectionist
I am working on lowering my perfectionist tendencies to be more productive. Here are a few times when shooting for “good enough” is your best strategy:
Productivity means you can’t strive for perfection. It means you have to settle for the 80% solution – or maybe even the 70% answer.
Being productive means doing your tasks within reasonable quality and time restraints, but if your standards are higher than most people you work with consider going for “good enough” in order to increase your productivity.
Do you need some coaching on being more productive and less of a perfectionist? Contact me at Valerie.MacLeod@HainesCentre.com Let’s talk!
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