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Progress NOT Perfection

Published on 1/21/2019
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I stumbled upon a movie the other night, The Equalizer starring Denzel Washington.  It was a great movie. Not your typical good guy, bad guy movie. What stuck out to me was one scene in particular. Denzel Washington's character made a powerful statement. His character was trying to encourage someone to make smart choices. He said, "Progress not perfection." The individual he was talking to felt it was too hard to do it exactly right, so he would cheat a little. When Denzel said "Progress not perfection " he was trying to explain,  you don't have to be exactly right,  but you do need to try to do better than your previous effort. Get this every effort should improve on your previous effort.
 
Once he said it, I couldn't help but smile. I thought to myself.  How powerful! How much more could I accomplish if every day I strive for PROGRESS and not Perfection?
 
 
 
 
 
What IS The Difference
 
When you get work done.....
  • When striving for perfection,  you only release perfect work. (Which means you release nothing because it will never be perfect)

  • When you strive for progress, you continually realize work that increasingly improves.

 

When it is time to take a risk.....

  • When you strive for perfection,  you only take the risk that has a guaranteed return. (That means you don't take the risk,  because there is never a guaranteed )

  • When you strive for the progress you take risk always with the intent of getting better results than your last attempt. 
 
When you must be productive.....
  • When you strive for perfection you want to get it done exactly right. (That means you never get done because it will never be exactly right)

  • When you strive for the progress you want to get it done better than you did before.
So I ask you, how would you efforts change if you focused on progress instead of perfection?
 
What can you do better today than you did yesterday?  What could you try today, that you didn't try yesterday?  What success did have yesterday that you can expand today?
 
Remember, it is about progress, not perfection!
 
 
 
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