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How do you fight that intrinsic need to make something perfect before you share it? This episode comes from a discussion held on Clubhouse. The topic: perfectionism. Where it comes from and why it hinders your growth.

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Done is better than perfect

This episode comes from a discussion held on Clubhouse. The topic: perfectionism. Where it comes from and why it hinders your growth. Better said (and by Winston Churchill), “Perfection is the enemy of progress.”

In this talk, Chris is joined by The Futur Pro Group members Martha Cristina Garza, Jule Kim, and Lola Bakare. Each of them share their experience with perfection getting the best of them.

So, how do you fight that intrinsic need to make something perfect before you share it? According to Chris: stay away from the results and enjoy the process.

Jim Rohn famously said that success leaves clues, but failure leaves better ones. If anything, it is a gift.

Think about it this way—everyone that you look up to was once where you are today. They took that first step. They started. And they probably failed at least once.

FAIL. First attempt in learning.

Oct 20

Done is better than perfect

Why perfection is overrated

Why perfection is overrated

This episode comes from a discussion held on Clubhouse. The topic: perfectionism. Where it comes from and why it hinders your growth. Better said (and by Winston Churchill), “Perfection is the enemy of progress.”

In this talk, Chris is joined by The Futur Pro Group members Martha Cristina Garza, Jule Kim, and Lola Bakare. Each of them share their experience with perfection getting the best of them.

So, how do you fight that intrinsic need to make something perfect before you share it? According to Chris: stay away from the results and enjoy the process.

Jim Rohn famously said that success leaves clues, but failure leaves better ones. If anything, it is a gift.

Think about it this way—everyone that you look up to was once where you are today. They took that first step. They started. And they probably failed at least once.

FAIL. First attempt in learning.

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Greg Gunn is an illustrator, animator and creative director in Los Angeles, CA. He loves helping passionate people communicate their big ideas in fun and exciting ways.

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