Interesting to read from the non-perfectionist point of view,
So in essence you are saying it is OK to not be so critical and to not ensure the quality of a product? CTQ comes to mind here. Being a perfectionist can be healthy to a point, I do agree it can hinder progress, but we are needed, because we do sweat the details and can conceive just about every "just in case" scenario. We can be your quality inspectors and unify overall procedures to place everyone on the same page. We add foundation to what can be a shaky process in creating a product or service. Yet, just like too much of a good thing can be considered bad, so is being too perfect and setting unreachable expectations for ourselves. We need to give ourselves a break, no one is perfect. But we sure come close!
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