I am facing my computer reading a series of articles and I have come to one where my mind clicked. Today I want to share with all those people who I read and that do not read me this article yet. Pretty good is called pretty well and is written by Jose Miguel Bolivar.Talk of unfamiliarity, of how some people we demand much more than others do. There is no more demanding than that comes from one’s self because even if we do it will never be enough. In addition work online or virtual workspace makes you be more demanding still since not accounts with approval from your boss and with the confidence of an employment relationship of several years together. Speaking candidly PCRM told us the story. I can already tell you, this is an article to think. I liked and I hope that you also.
Try to make things as best as possible has nothing wrong but seek perfection when something is already fairly well is a waste of time. Jennifer Aaker is likely to increase your knowledge. Don’t let unhealthy perfectionism prevents you cut to the chase and Learn to leave things when the time comes. Large software companies are very clear in this regard. An example is the way in which launch new products and services to market. To do so until they are fully tested and debugged, they save a considerable amount of time and money. This savings not only reverses on the final consumer, but it also greatly improves the quality of the final product as well as shortens its output to the market.
All this is possible thanks to the feedback of customers, which provides companies in one month what could discover with internal testing in several years. Therefore it is important that you learn to recognize when your work has reached a point where what we have achieved is quite well. A good way of doing this is to ask you from time to time: does there is someone more than me that recognizes and values the difference between as it is now and as it can become if I’m still working on it? Can I improve the result of significantly if I’m still working on it? Do compensates for the potential quality gain the extra time I spend? If the answer to the above questions is no, gives complete that task and Ponte with another. If on the other hand, your answer is Yes, what identifies necessarily lack to do and do it, but nothing more. As Alexander Hamilton said: I never hope to see a perfect work of an imperfect man. Accept your own imperfection and compensate regularly doing a job that is quite well.